Taylor Swift: “I’m Going to Be One of Those Dark, Twisty Girls Who Guys Love”

Taylor talks her love of Teen Mom and her romantic idea.

photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBC

Taylor visited The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Monday (Feb. 20). During the interview, Jay asked Taylor to elaborate on a quote from her cover shoot for Vogue magazine, in which Taylor is quoted as saying, "I'm smart unless I'm in love." Taylor obliged, saying, "I'm a Sagittarius and it says that one of our major qualities is that we're blindly optimistic. When I'm in love, I'm just stupid about it, and I just trust people, constantly. Then I'm like, 'I'm not going trust people anymore. I'm going to be one of those dark twisty girls who guys love because they're all guarded.' And then I trust people again."

Taylor, who maintains that she is single, says she doesn't have a specific type of guy she is attracted to. "That makes it fun, though, because you don't know who you're going to meet," says the singer. "I have this very romantic idea of meeting someone. Just meeting them, meeting them. Just bumping into them or something, which is hard because I'm backstage and all these weird places where you can't just bump into someone," says Taylor. "I do go to the grocery store a lot. That's where it's going to happen," she says jokingly.

Perhaps that romantic guy should also be a reality TV fan? "I watch Teen Mom. I watch MTV constantly," Taylor admits. When Jay questioned whether Taylor finds the show dedicated to teenage mothers disturbing, Taylor says, "I don't find it disturbing as much as I find it interesting for people to see that sort of path and the lives they are living. I watch reality TV shows a lot. That makes me a reality TV fan, so as a reality TV fan, I'll watch it."

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