Turns Out Taylor Swift Intended For 'ME!' To Be Corny As Hell

Thursday, 02 May, 2019

Which brings us to KITTENS.

The Me hitmaker, who has pet cats Olivia Benson, Meredith Grey and Benjamin Button of her own, also really respects her animals because they are "capable of dealing with their own life".

TAYLOR SWIFT has abandoned the notion of "happily ever after" by sharing it can take her years to get over feeling "bad".

The 29-year-old singer unveiled her latest track 'ME!' on Friday and she thinks the Brendon Urie collaboration "will be helpful" when she hears her fans singing the words back at her. She said she took time off in the past to battle the moments she has felt low or exhausted.

The single is set to appear on Swift's untitled and upcoming seventh studio album.

It's obviously love at first sight, and "ME!" will always be a sweet memory for Swift.

Watch Swift's new behind-the-scenes video for "ME!" above.

"You're gonna have two sisters", Swift says at the end of the featurette.

As we recently noted though, this certainly won't be the first time that YouTube's 24-hour viewing record is either broken or added to, with hyped releases and voracious fanbases doing their best to ensure their favourite artists score the viewing honours that they deserve.

Last week, in addition to releasing a new song and unveiling a new mural in Nashville, the pop star confirmed that she got a new cat, which she named Benjamin Button.

And her kitten is much more than a companion, according to Taylor, who broke down the cat's symbolic role in the video on The Hit Network's Carrie And Tommy show Sunday. "Spelling is fun" because we want everyone to know that this song is not really serious because it's not, like, a serious love song".