Taylor Swift Cares More About Her "Sisterhood" Than Falling In Love

    And she could really care less about being part of "in" crowd.

    When I was in my late teens and early twenties, I was just fascinated by romance and now the most important thing to me is the opinions of the sisterhood of friends that I have now.
    [When writing new record 1989,] I was in a place where I felt like love isn't everything to me. Like living my life, having fun, having the best friends I could possibly have and being the best friend I could possibly be: that's what's important to me.

    And speaking about her sisterhood of incredible, amazing friends, she admits she thinks some ~celebrities~ don't know how to have empowering friendships.

    "Celebrities surround themselves with people who don't know what they want and only have you to validate their lives – that's not interesting to me."

    You should not be threatened by women who are pretty and charismatic and good at what they do…my girlfriends have shaped me more in the past year and a half than any other factor.

    Plus, she really could care less about the whole "in" crowd thing.

    You'll never really feel like you're part of the 'in' crowd, but growing up means that matters to you less and less every day.

    Celebrities, they're just like us.

    H/t The Mirror