Taylor Swift wants to do the unexpected in her career and that can only mean one thing; her sexual feelings are bubbling to the surface and she wants to let her freak flag fly–relatively speaking, of course.
One thing is certain, Swift has already conquered country music. She was the youngest artist ever to win the Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year in 2009, and one of only six women to be so honored.
Her third album Speak Now sold more than a million copies in its first week, showing she could cross-over to mainstream pop.
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Her cross-over appeal was further recognized when she won the American Music Awards highest honor, Artist of the Year.
Swift may be the squeaky clean queen of country music, but now that she’s 22 and feeling more like a woman, she appears to want more out of her music, perhaps reflecting her new-found maturity and sexuality.
“I think my goal for the next couple of years would be to make departures in little ways and do things a little differently,” she told the AP.
That means trying “to maintain a balance between always providing your fans with what they’ve always liked from you and continuing to write all my own songs,” she said.
“But I’d love to make collaborations in different directions that aren’t exactly expected,” she explained cryptically.
Exactly what could she mean? A duet with Eminem? Probably not, but Swift talents clearly transcend music.
She made her feature film debut as Felicia in 2010’s “Valentine’s Day” and won the Teen Choice Award for Movie Female Breakout actress.
Her sexual quotient is already high, even though she’s fairly reserved in her actions and dress.
She made People’s annual “100 Most Beautiful People” for three years running. Over the past three years she’s also climbed more than 20 spots on Maxim’s list of sexiest women.
Meanwhile, she made a foray into fashion as a model for CoverGirl, and was gorgeous in her photo shoot.
It would be nice to see Swift take her music to the next level and come up with a more mature sound. If that includes adding a bit more sexuality to the mix, all the better.