Taylor Swift Backs Into Parked Car During Interview With 'Rolling Stone'
Seriously, why can't any of these kids drive?
Taylor Swift had a minor fender bender while she was in the middle of an interview with Rolling Stone magazine's Brian Hiatt. Tay graces the cover of the mag's November issue, wearing a letterman jacket that we're pretty sure we have seen her rock before (here, for example).
While leaving a Nashville recording studio, Taylor (with the RS writer in the passenger seat) backed into a parked car and immediately had a very 22-year-old girl-type freak-out, which Brian luckily documented for us.
"This is what it sounds like when Taylor Swift totally loses it," Brian wrote. "‘Oh, my God. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD.’”
That's pretty much what you'd expect, right? Turns out the car Taylor hit belonged to a member of her band, so it's ok -- Taylor vowed to pay to fix the damage.
Besides that, Taylor tackled topics like boyfriend Conor Kennedy and that infamous did-they-or-didn't-they crash a wedding story.
The November issue of Rolling Stone hit stands Oct.12. You can check out behind-the-scenes pics from Taylor's cover shoot at RollingStone.com.
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