Taylor Swift had a small, intimate show that only a small number of fans were lucky enough to attend. While in front of the limited audience, the superstar also opened up about what exactly inspired her Reputation album.
That being said, it turns out that she is much more into embracing love than holding grudges, despite what many may think about her.
‘[I] think there was a bit of a bait-and-switch that happened with his album when we put out ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ and we’re like, ‘Guys, this album is gonna be one thing.’ And when the album came out, it’s legitimately an album about finding love throughout all the noise,’ Taylor told the fans in attendance.
She went on: ‘And so it starts with the noise and how that makes all you feel, and how it makes you feel when people are saying things about you that you feel, like, aren’t true and living your life sort of in defiance of that. In defiance of your reputation. And then, sort of, in the middle of the album you kind of realize ‘how much do I really value that?’’ That is really inspirational!
Swift dished that finding what really matters in life amid all the chaos that comes with being a public person was and continues to be what ultimately motivates her and pushes her to create.
‘If you can find something real in spite of a bad reputation, then isn’t that what matters the most to you? And doesn’t it matter the most to you that you know who your real friends are now?’ Such words of wisdom!