To anyone who sees Taylor Swift around, please give her a cuddle.
The price of being one of the most successful pop acts of this generation is starting to show in Taylor’s anxiety and paranoia.
Taylor spoke on Zane Lowe’s 'Beats 1' recently about how she fears people go to major lengths to discredit her and find out things she's done wrong.
The ‘1989’ star commented:
"Something that scares me a little bit is how valuable it would be to find something that I've done wrong, or to find something that is problematic about me.
"That's the part that kind of gets to me sometimes, is that every day - like right now, there's someone in TMZ trying to dig through my trash and figure out what I did wrong."
The paranoia of which Taylor is speaking, was completely justified when during the actual interview a helicopter came overhead, most likely to get a few snaps of Taylor and her preparations for the show, and Taylor looked quite uncomfortable.
Taylor really did come off as vulnerable in that interview with Zane which took place in a stadium where she would be performing later to a sold-out crowd.
Taylor mentioned that the idea of an empty venue is a nightmare for her, and she could imagine turning up to her stadium concert with no-one in the crowd, and she’d just sit there and cry.
The interview wasn’t entirely negative though, Tay-Tay talked about the gift of being different, how important her friends are to her and how excited she was to perform that evening.
Overall, Taylor seems to be very happy. She recently turned 26, and is getting incredible reviews for her 1989 tour, which she has filmed and is about to release on Apple music for those who couldn't manage to get tickets. However, it's a shame to see these things weigh the pop icon down.