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‘I worry about everything all the time,’ she says with a grin.
‘We could do our entire interview me telling you how many things I’ve worried about since breakfast.
I have friends who just think it’s not attainable, which I feel is a very defeatist way to look at life.’ And defeatism is not the Swift way.
Her infectious can-do attitude is evident from the moment she greets me brightly at the door, wearing an elegant dress, with her hair swept back.
‘I didn’t think it was going to be international news or affect a public offering,’ she claims.
And while the buzz of activity as we arrive at the well-appointed Beverly Hills house being used by Team Swift for their production meeting indicates that she has no shortage of people looking out for her, she remains hands-on with every aspect of her career.Its lead single, Shake It Off, was an i Tunes number one in 64 countries.She is the first artist since the Beatles to spend six or more weeks at number one in the United States with three consecutive albums (at the time of writing, 1989 is into its 11th week at the top).‘There were so many doomsday theories about the music industry,’ she says.
‘For the last two albums I’d sold one million copies in a week, and I knew people were waiting to see me not hit that number and then diagnose the music industry as dying or dead.
Her cultural weight – 52.8 million Twitter followers, 22.1 million on Instagram and 74.4 million likes on Facebook – means that she can break acts with a single tweet, and she regularly shines that spotlight on new artists she enjoys.