Published 7:22 PM EST Dec 1, 2019
Taylor Swift’s new cover interview for British Vogue is chock-full of holiday goodness for fans, including photos of the star rocking a pair of green suede boots.
“Bored girl at the holiday party,” she captioned one shot on Instagram, which shows her stretched out on the floor in the boots, a shimmery silver ballet top and a perfect blow-out.
On another, in which she wears a peach sweater-knit camisole, she wrote, “This is the one face I made that day.”
But perhaps the most on-brand aspect of the conversation is her enthusiasm for her upcoming movie “Cats,” the latest trailer for which reveals celebs like Judi Dench and Idris Elba as prancing felines flaunting CGI fur-covered cat bosoms.
Though Elba has seemed a little fuzzy on what the movie is about, Swift is all in.
“I really had an amazing time with ‘Cats,’ “ she told Andrew Lloyd Webber, the musical’s composer, who interviewed her for the magazine. British Vogue shared an excerpt on Sunday, before the issue arrives on newsstands Dec. 6. “I think I loved the weirdness of it. I loved how I felt I’d never get another opportunity to be like this in my life.”
“Cats” arrives in theaters Dec. 20.
She also discussed the importance of owning your own work, alluding to her rights fight with music mogul Scooter Braun and Big Machine Records head Scott Borchetta, who own her back catalog. Last month, Swift accused them of barring her from performing her songs at the American Music Awards (which they denied) or including them in her upcoming Netflix documentary.
“I think (writing) is really important – also from the side of ownership over what you do and make,” Swift said. “Even if you aren’t a natural writer, you should try to involve yourself in the messages you’re sending.”
Agreed Lloyd Webber: “Today, very few people have a major career unless they write.”