Published: Tue, December 03, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Taylor Swift dishes on 'Cats' with Andrew Lloyd Weber

Taylor Swift dishes on 'Cats' with Andrew Lloyd Weber

"I think [writing] is really important - also from the side of ownership over what you do and make", Swift tells the mag of her songcraft.

"Even if you're not a natural writer, you have to try to get involved in the messages you send".

The "Lover" hitmaker has seemingly made a dig at Scooter Braun amidst their feud over her older songs, which are owned by Scooter and his Big Machine Records label.

Taylor Swift will next be seen in "Cats" which is based on the legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical. "When you perform live, you're getting into the story, making faces that are ugly and putting a different meaning on a song every time you perform it".

The one-sided feud escalated last month (November 2019) when Swift accused Braun and her former record label boss, Scott Borchetta, of banning her from performing her old hits at the American Music Awards.

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For British Vogue's cover story, Swift sat down with Andrew Lloyd Webber, the musical theater legend behind "Cats".

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. I really had an incredible time with Cats.

On whether her role as Bombalurina has fuelled her interest in acting, she explained: 'I have no idea. As I get older, I'm learning that wisdom is learning how dumb you are compared to how much you are going to know. "I loved how it felt I'd never get another opportunity to be like this in my life", Swift said.

A source recently told People that Taylor has 'no regrets expressing her thoughts about Scooter acquiring her music catalog.

British Vogue shared an excerpt on Sunday, before the issue arrives on newsstands December 6. I have not made a statement about this and it is hard because when you have a lot of different things to say and opinions - yet the school directors do not have to. have not had the opportunity to talk to each other - there is a lot of confusion.

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