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Taylor Swift opens up about doing more acting

HollywoodNews.com: Taylor Swift has dabbled in acting a little and people generally seemed to like her, but don’t think that means she will be making a career out of acting.

Taylor revealed that she isn’t quite ready to put her music career on hold for acting, reports Just Jared. “[T]here aren’t going to be any concert dates moved around for acting in the [near] future,” Taylor said about her priorities.

But that doesn’t mean that she isn’t interested in acting at all: “Maybe in a couple years acting would be a great thing to do.”

Do you prefer Taylor as a singer or actress?

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  • October 18, 2010 | Permalink |

    I think I may be able to clear up some of the confusion surrounding “Mean.” And, help Taylor Swift see that it really was a misunderstanding, and nothing more than that. Her emotional outburst is, as I see it, based upon misunderstanding a confused, but not mean, human being. And, yes, I am referring to Dan Schneider. That weird guy who makes strange noises late into the night at “iCarly” and “Victorious.” Taylor Swift appears to see the episode of “iCarly”, “iDo”, as a direct criticism of “Speak Now.” She probably sees the “Victorious” episode, “Cat’s New Boyfriend,” as a similar criticism.

    I understand her concern. The movie, “The Boy Who Cried Werewolf,” might be viewed as a veiled critique of Taylor Swift’s album, “Speak Now.” I would not view it that way. Someone might, maybe. Taylor Swift? I’m not sure. See for yourself. The day after “Speak Now” is released. Scary.

    But, really, for a young man who grew up being brutally mistreated on a banana plantation, Dan “Yo Banana Boy” Schneider has done quite well for himself. Well enough that he could influence Taylor Swift’s “Glee” bid. But would he do so, for random, vindictive reasons? Probably. That is just one more reason for Taylor Swift to cut him some slack. He can not help himself.

    Unlike Taylor Swift, Dan Schneider does not know what love is. Taylor knows, and it shows in everything she does. But, Taylor Swift is lacking in a developed understanding of people less gifted than herself. To say that Dan Schneider is gifted may be going too far. Way, way, way too far. In spite of this, he is able to make things uncomfortable for someone as wise, and chaste, and pure, and beautiful, and intelligent as Taylor. He would stop, were he given the proper education.

    In the meantime, let us all enjoy Taylor Swift. And forget about Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Victoria Justice, Ari ana Gra nde, Elizabeth Gillies, Daniella Monet, and all of Dan’s other victims, for a moment.

    Forgive Dan Schneider, Taylor Swift. He is not mean, just really in pain.

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