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Taylor Swift does an awkward cover for People and says dating gives her panic attacks!

2014-10-09 10:46

Los Angeles - Taylor Swift posed for the cover People magazine's 40th anniversary issue but the cover seems to be an awkward take on a cover from 1974!

The 24-year-old star - who has been unlucky in love with several stars including Harry Styles, Jake Gyllenhaal, John Mayer and Joe Jonas - opens up about how dating makes her feel and admits it would take an "astonishing human being" for her to even think about dating again because she is content with her life at the moment.

Take a look at the cover difference:

Speaking to PEOPLE magazine she said: "I'm not going to compromise the happiness and independence that I've found for just anybody. The idea of a date gives me a partial panic attack!

"It would take an astonishing human for me to even consider getting back into a relationship. It would take something really, really, really, really different - a kind of a one-in-a-million person for me to face all that.

"I don't have any kid of idea who I'd want to be with, because I don't have any pieces missing from my life right now. I'm not looking for anything to complete. I think that's a nice place to be."

The I Knew You Were Trouble hitmaker insists she is quite happy spending time at home with her two cats - Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson - and admits her upcoming fifth studio album 1989 isn't a break-up album because she hasn't been left "devastated" by a guy in the last two years.

She added: "When I'm deeply hurt, I usually respond by writing exactly how I feel in a song, but I just haven't been devastated in the last couple of years. I made the decision to spend time on my own and figure out who I am.

"Emotionally speaking, 1989 is not a heartbreak record. My music is derived from what's happening in my personal life, and I haven't had my heart broke."

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