Taylor Swift Talks Selena Gomez ‘Feud,’ Says She’s Never Been in Love

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Taylor Swift’s feature in Rolling Stone may have unveiled a secret feud with an unnamed pop star (cough cogh Katy Perry cough), but it also gave the country singer a chance to reveal the truth about some seriously absurd rumors.

Remember how we all though T. Swift ended her friendship with Selena Gomez over Justin Bieber? Well, that’s just plain bullshit, and now Taylor is speaking out about the ridiculousness.

“People think they have my relationships all mapped out,” she told Rolling Stone in an outtake from the article. “There were all these blogs, like, ‘Are they feuding? Are they fighting?’ Meanwhile, Selena and I would be on the phone that night, laughing about it. we let them have the one.”

Speaking of her relationships, the other part of her life that the tabloids always get wrong is her love life. Despite her high-profile dating history, she’s never actually been in love.

“Looking back? Not real love. Not the kind that lasts,” Swift explains. “I think that’s still ahead of me, which is really exciting.”

She continues, “I think the way I used to approach relationships was very idealistic. I used to go into them thinking, ‘Maybe this is the one! We’ll get married and have a family, this could be forever.’ Whereas now I go in thinking, ‘How long do we have on the clock before something comes along and puts a wrench in it, or your publicist calls and says this isn’t a good idea?'”

And when things do start to turn for the worse, Taylor says she doesn’t hang around to see what happens.

“Once you’ve established that someone doesn’t belong in your life, I don’t understand what more there is to talk about,” she tells the magazine. “I walk away from things when they’re bad. I don’t stick around to watch them burn to the ground.”

She adds, “I’ll just check out. Stop communication. I don’t want to scream and yell at someone and give them the opportunity to say I’m crazy, or that I went psycho. No one will ever be able to say I went psycho on them.”