Swift posted two pictures to her Instagram this afternoon, both spotlighting quotes from This Side of Paradise by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The first quote is written in chalk on a mini-chalkboard (that Taylor would own a Pinterest-y mini-chalkboard is so Taylor it hurts): “I’m a slave to my emotions, to my likes, to my hatred of boredom, to most of my desires….”
@taylorswift13 While in the studio I came to the realization that my bangs are long enough to use as a sleep mask on long flights. Then I remembered I don't ever use sleep masks on flights. So really, I just need a haircut.
In the snap the Everything Has Changed singers can be seen taking a sip from a mug each, with Taylor opting for a cutesy cup emblazoned with a fluffy cat and Ed sporting a very regal mug indeed. She wrote: "Ed told me to caption this SWEERAN."
An odd story this morning involving Taylor Swift. A member of her family reportedly died in a plane crash, but is it really true?
According to the The Tennessean the 45-year-old Canadian circled Nashville airport for two and a half hours without coming to the attention of authorities. He then crashed as he came into land.
Emergency personnel investigate a small airplane crash at the Nashville International Airport on Oct. 29, 2013.
As investigators tried to piece together the mystery of how and why Callan, who was single and described by his family as an “aspiring pilot who loved to fly”, had ended up so far from his planned destination they discovered he had listed pop star Swift as his next of kin.
Swift, who moved to Nashville when she was 14 to pursue a country music career, reportedly had never heard of the dead man. “The first we heard of this was when the appropriate authorities contacted Taylor’s management about the crash,” Paula Erickson, Swift’s publicist, told The Tennessean. “Taylor does not know this person.”