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Taylor Swift channels her inner ballerina at dance studio

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Taylor Swift was spotted leaving the dance studio on Friday, Feb. 14 in Los Angeles. She was channeling her inner ballerina, according to a Just Jared report.

The 24-year-old left the studio with an entourage of people. She showed off her new super short hairstyle.

She also wore a black short sleeve leotard and rose pleated skirt. She kind of looked like a ballerina. Swift has been reportedly been taking ballet and dance classes. Fans wonder if the classes are for fitness or for her new album.

Swift has been inspired by figured skater Gracie Gold. She tweeted, “Just googling when I can watch @GraceEGold skate in the Olympics next…How adorable and lovely is she?!” [SIC]

She also received a Valentine’s Day message from freestyle skiing bronze medalist Nick Goeeper. He’s currently competing in the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. He posed with his medal, a whiteboard and a heart and included the message, “Taylor Swift, will you be my Valentine?”

Taylor Swift recently revealed to the Daily Star that she scrapped songs she already wrote for her new album. She added that she wants to get re-inspired during the writing and recording process. Does that mean she won’t include any songs about Harry Styles?



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