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Taylor Swift: 'It's not sunshiney every day in my brain'

Taylor Swift says her brain isn't always filled with happiness.

The singer has become one of the world's biggest pop stars in the last few years and regularly sells out stadiums.

However, the US star told Zane Lowe's Beats programme that she sometimes wakes up before a gig with the "wrong perspective".

When asked if she has "vulnerable" moments while on tour, Swift said:

"You get sick. You get injuries. You get times where you feel like you just have a bad attitude.

"Sometimes you have a really bad day where you have the wrong perceptive on things. It's not sunshiney every day in my brain.

"But I try to control it as much as possible. The adrenaline that kicks in when I hit the stage is always the same."

Swift was speaking to Lowe to promote her new 1989 world tour concert film.

The video will be released via Apple Music on December 20.

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