NASHVILLE, Tenn., March 6, 2013 - Six-time Grammy winner Taylor Swift is on top of the world right now, and despite all her platinum-selling success, she has many of the same fears that normal people do. “I don’t wanna end up being awful and intolerable. Alone," she tells In Style UK in their upcoming April issue of dying without a husband. "Laying in a marble bathtub by myself, like sad, with a glass of wine just complaining that my life ended up alone because I pushed everyone away because I thought I was too good to hang out with anybody. The typical Hollywood sad cliché of the poor lonely starlet with no one because she put up all these walls and didn’t trust anyone."
“That’s my fear. And that’s why I live my life the way I live my life because I’d so much rather feel everything than end up like that," she asserts. As fans know, Swift is pretty open about her personal life in her music, truly embracing the quirks and faults that make her human (see: "Back to December," "All Too Well"). As far as plans of getting married are concerned, the singer-songwriter just isn't sure if that'll happen for her. “I think so but I’m not sure. Like, I don’t even have a master plan,” she ponders.
“I’ve thought that I did have a dream scenario before but it turns out that I change my mind and that essentially in your 20s all the puzzle pieces of your life are thrown up in the air and they just fall into whatever place and I think that’s healthy,” Swift adds.
Even if Swift wanted to settle down, get married and have kids, her busy schedule is simply too demanding for those commitments. The Country-made pop superstar embarks on her 66-concert Red Tour next week, a sold-out adventure that boasts epic production and one-of-a-kind performances. British singer Ed Sheeran is her primary opener with newcomers Casey James, Florida-Georgia Line, Brett Eldredge, Austin Mahone and Joel Crouse performing select dates.