Taylor Swift talked with Today correspondent Jenna Bush Hager about her upcoming film, The Lorax, and what its like growing up in the spotlight. According to the country singer, she is certain that she will never feel the need to prove that she has grown up, like Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears.
“I’m never gonna have the moment where I’m like, I’m a woman now, guys. I’m only gonna write dark songs and I’m gonna dance in my bra all the time. That’s not really me,” she said.
Taylor added: “I find that 22 is an age where a lot of times artists are like ‘I’m a woman now, guys.’ I don’t know. I feel like it should happen naturally for me.”
Swift began writing her own songs at a young age. She hopes that as she continues to learn and grow her songwriting will continue to progress and evolve naturally through her life experiences. “To be inspired to write music, you have to have a life to write about,” Swift said.
Speaking of experiences, Taylor will be sharing even more of hers in her next album due out later this year.