Taylor Swift may only be 23 but already in her short career she’s had some pretty public relationships and breakups which have led to her writing songs that may or may not be directed at previous relationships.
Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift seem fairly close and Taylor has revealed that her tour buddy Sheeran has been giving her love advice while they’ve been on the road together.
Taylor Swift recently discussed that she tends to go for the bad boys but knows it’s not always the healthy option. The star also put rumours to bed that her and Sheeran were anything more than just good friends:
“Ed and I are such good friends. I have never had such a close guy friend before. It’s always kind of creepy because with a guy friend-girl friend situation, it usually feels like one person always wants more.”
Swift recently sat down with InStyle magazine and explained that the pair have grown very close and due to this Sheeran has given her some advice when it comes to relationships and love:
“I think that you can love people without it being the great love. Ed [Sheeran] said something that really resonated with me. He says there are different kinds of love.”
“There’s physical attraction, mental attraction, and emotional attraction – there’s also comfort and obsession.”
She continued: “You need to have all of those things in one person. You have to mentally respect them, be physically attracted, and have a comfort level. You’re obsessed with them, yet you also know they’re going to stay. I’ve never had that in one person.”
It was also revealed that Taylor Swift recently opened a $4 million education centre in Nashville on the 12th of October and the centre is part of the ‘Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’ in Music City.
On cutting the ribbon to officially open the centre Taylor said:
“I’m really excited about this music education centre and the fact that right now they have three different classes going on today. It’s really exciting that we can be here on a day when they’re not only unveiling it, but they’re starting to actively use it today.”
She also discussed her involvement in the future of the new education centre:
“We’ve been talking about different programs I can be involved in. I hate to call it a lecture because that sounds like I’m yelling at people, but we could do a Q&A talking to students here and a songwriters discussion would be really fun to have at some point.”