Taylor Swift obsessed with Wild West theme

2014-12-29 18:00

Los Angeles - Taylor Swift has commissioned a Wild West themed bar for her home.

The I Knew You Were Trouble singer has reportedly treated herself to a saloon bar, which will be installed in her Rhode Island mansion.

A friend told The Mail on Sunday newspaper: ''Taylor is obsessed by the Wild West and the piano was played by Barbara [Stanwyck] in one of Taylor's favourite films.

''She wants her room to include a fully stocked bar, a long table, and the piano in the corner.''

The 25-year-old singer spent just under £13 000 on a piano, which was made famous by the Hollywood star.

The new bar will be a perfect addition for parties at the beachfront mansion.

A few months ago, Taylor invited fans to her Rhode Island home to celebrate the release of her latest album, 1989.

Writing about the experience at the time, a fan shared: ''Well, this is gonna sound really bizarre, but I met THE TAYLOR SWIFT last night!!!

''On Thursday, my sister (along with 87 other people) was handpicked & invited by Taylor herself to a ''Secret Session'' at Taylor's home in Rhode Island! We were sworn to secrecy; we were only allowed to tell immediate family & we weren't allowed to post anything on social media.

''We hung out with Taylor, at her house, for 6 hours!! Her home was right on the beach, & absolutely beautiful! We all sat in her living room & she played her new album for us, 1989. She sang along to every song & at the end we all danced to Shake It Off! (sic)''

The star recently shared what she got for Christmas:

Not that giving Christmas presents is a competition, but this year, my mom won.

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

And a picture of her and one of her adorable cats:

She was completely exhausted from all the other naps she had taken that day.

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

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