Taylor Swift New Album 2013 [VIDEOS]: Harry Styles' Songstress Ex-Girlfriend Reveals Her Biggest Fears, Skipped 'Teen Choice Awards' to Avoid One Direction Ex?
In a new interview with Marie Claire magazine, "22" songstress Taylor Swift opened up about the usual "love life" questions but also shared some of her biggest fears. We are all used to hearing and gossiping about who she has dated and what song is about whom, but each new interview the pop star does we get a little closer to focusing on other aspects of her life, which is a bit refreshing. So what is the 23-year-old most afraid of?
Here is the list from Marie Claire:
1. Sea urchins
2. Googling myself
5. Getting arrested
As far as the "getting arrested" part goes, last year when Taylor was involved in one of the first Justin Bieber-hosted "Punk'd" episodes, that fear was very evident. After the episode where Justin pranked Taylor into thinking she had just set a boat on fire with fireworks, Swift explained to Rolling Stone magazine that she feared incarceration for the incident.
"You know I had serious nightmares where I'd wake up in the middle of the night for, like, three weeks after that? I really thought that was it for me," she explained. "I was thinking, 'Justin is 17, so he's going to juvie, but I'm going to big-girl prison."
Another one of her fears that she had previously spoke about is the one about Googling herself.
"I don't have thick skin. If somebody says something mean, it will hurt my feelings. Anything bad that I read about myself, I'm just like ... [fakes sobbing]," she told CMT back in September of 2011. "No, you can't Google yourself or your self esteem will just go like that," she said, making a motion with her hand downward.
Last night's "Teen Choice Awards" was pretty eventful for Taylor, though she was not in attendance. The singer won two awards in the Country category but was not at the ceremony. Perhaps it was because her ex Harry Styles was set to perform with his group One Direction? Do you think that had to do with Taylor being a no-show?