In her latest single, "You Belong With Me," Taylor Swift sings "She wears short skirts/I wear t-shirts," but on the August cover of Glamour magazine, she's dubbed a "Bomb-Shell in Blue Jeans."
For the cover, Taylor sports jeans by DSquared2, which can retail for hundreds of dollars. However, it's nothing compared to the high price of fame and the heartache that could come with reading her own press — a practice Taylor now avoids.
"I've stopped reading the comments below news articles and on gossip blogs because those are the ones that'll ruin your day in a second," she tells Glamour. But I read my MySpace comments because they're awesome. You just have to be careful and filter the information you give yourself. Do you want to open the slam book today? Nope."
On the subject of body insecurities, Taylor says, "I think the reason a lot of celebrities feel20insecure and want to stop eating altogether is because they see so many pictures of themselves on a daily basis. It's unhealthy how many times you see your own image—it's just constant. When you see something enough, you're going to tear it down to the point where some days you feel like you're not even pretty. I get insecure about my eyes because I once read a blog comment that said, "Her eyes are so small." I thought, Are my eyes small? Oh no—they are!"