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Taylor Swift reveals the stresses of identifying true friends as a superstar

'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' beauty Taylor Swift has admitted that being able to tell who is a genuine friend can be difficult while living life in the spotlight, but she would rather take the risk than alienate herself.

In an interview with Glamour magazine, of which she graces the November issue's cover, the songstress explained that it's sometimes tough to differentiate from the people using her for the perks of fame and those who genuinely care, but she has strong instincts and thinks it's worth putting herself on the line for:

"I think you can tell who's a good person to be around, who makes you laugh, who's fun, whom you can trust. And, yes, you're going to get burned a few times, but I'd really rather get burned a few times than sit alone in that house with the curtains drawn."

"So God forbid this person you're hanging out with gets a bit of validation out of the fact you're famous. Is that the worst-case scenario? You know, it doesn't seem that bad."

Swift is due to debut her brand new album, named 'Red', on October 22 and she unveiled the record's title track this morning on Good Morning America. Watch her latest music video below:


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