The plot thickens: Yesterday's Rolling Stone cover story on Taylor Swift included some information about "Bad Blood," a song on her upcoming album about another female singer who is Swift's "straight-up enemy." Based on the evidence provided — it was beef over tour hires, says Taylor, plus some unmentioned personal... More »
Yesterday, Rolling Stone released excerpts from an interview in which Taylor Swift admitted her song "Bad Blood" was written about a musical rival. The Internet instantly set about speculating as to who Taylor could've been so upsetShow More Summary
A telling tweet may have shed light on a feud between the two pop stars, after Perry, 29, appeared to respond to Swift's new Rolling Stone magazine feature.
This Rolling Stone interview Taylor Swift did is VERY revealing. It's no secret (one of) Tay Tay's bestiez is Girls creator Lena Dunham so obviously she's a huge fan of the show! Such a big fan that Swifty is positive that she's a Shoshanna of the foursome of quirky characters. But why is she so sure?? Tay explained: "I could [...]
In 2009, Matt Taibbi wrote a piece in Rolling Stone in which he described the investment bank Goldman Sachs as “a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.” Apparently tar sands oil smells like money. Show More Summary
We can't say we blame her for feeling this way! Taylor Swift has been the subject of lots of romantic speculation over the last few years and it looks like it's taken a toll on the singer. In an interview with Rolling Stone, the Shake It Off singer admitted that she hasn't dated anyone since getting down with Harry Styles of One Direction almost a [...]
Want to see Taylor Swift get wet??! Well, Rolling Stone has answered our prayers! The gurl got wild and free for her shoot on the beach and the mag got it alllll on film. It ALMOST makes us feel like we're having a playful sand war in the waves with her! IF ONLY. LOLz! Ch-ch-check it out…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Taylor Swift graces the cover of Rolling Stone's latest issue, and in the interview, she opens up about everything from her upcoming album to her dating life to the unnamed artist who inspired a new song called "Bad Blood." The magazine...Show More Summary
Seriously, I am having visceral secondhand discomfort just looking at Taylor wearing a skintight pair of dripping wet jeans on the cover of Rolling Stone. Aside from the obvious — like splinters, vagina waxes, kidney stones, etc. — I can imagine few things more uncomfortable than traipsing around in soaking wet denim. I guess this [...]
Taylor Swift is wet and wild on the cover of Rolling Stone‘s latest issue, out on newsstands Friday (September 12)! Here’s what the 24-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag: On her lack of privacy: “There’s someone whose entire job it is to figure out things that I don’t want the world to see. [...]
"Girls" star Zosia Mamet hasn't spent a lot of time reading up on Taylor Swift, but she seemed pretty pleased to hear that the country songstress deemed herself to be a "Shoshanna" in this month's Rolling Stone. "I'm honored," she told HuffPost Live's Ricky Camilleri. Show More Summary
Taylor Swift, promoting her new album 1989, is back on the cover of Rolling Stone, this time looking both pretty and very damp. The cover story — a tale of Swift's journey from pop-country artist to full-on pop star written by Josh Eells — covers all the typical Swift bases: Music, relationships, feminism and scones. Show More Summary
It’s only Monday. But in terms of quotable pop culture quotes, contributing editor Josh Eells‘ Rolling Stone cover story on Taylor Swift is going to be hard to beat. There’s the bit about Swift getting 70 percent of her current date requests via “random email,” from hopeful dudes who’ve wrangled contact info from a publicist. Show More Summary
It has come to the committee's attention that PhD-candidate-in-hosting Taylor Swift would like to be granted her degree early in the semester. On her behalf, Rolling Stone has submitted her dissertation, ingeniously titled "The Reinvention of Taylor Swift." The committee will hereby consider the following 12 items as an argument for... More »
October 27th is the magical date when Taylor Swift's millions of fans will be able to get their grubby little paws on her new fully-pop album 1989. And in her new interview with Rolling Stone, the “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”...Show More Summary
There are so many perfectly Swiftian moments in Rolling Stone's cover story on Taylor Swift, but none more perfect than this one. Thanks to her brand-new Tribeca apartment, Swift swears by BFF (and NYC native) Lena Dunham's Girls as "her Sex and the City." And in case you were wondering,... More »
In memory of Joan Rivers. Here is the young Joan on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1967. Rolling Stones, Watching the River Flow Doc and Merle Watson, Banks of the Ohio Neil Young, Down by the River Creedence Clearwater Revival,...
"Knocked it off the bucket list," said President Obama, referring to his visit to Stonehenge yesterday. "How cool is this?" he remarked while being led on a tour of the ancient stones tucked into the rolling green English landscape about 80 miles southwest of London. Obama carved out time to...
Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Charles Dickens, King Henry VIII. These are just a few of the famous visitors to Eel Pie Island, a centuries-old refuge for musicians, hippies, and writers.
Pleased to meet you Hope you guess my name What’s confusing you Is the nature of my game - The Rolling Stones What’s Confusing You Is the Nature of Their Game The reason that Internet trolls are effective is that people still don’t understand their game. There are 15 commonly-used trolling tactics to disrupt,...Read More