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Taylor Swift on the cover of Marie Claire UK – are you a fan?

You’d have to have spent the past month under a rock not to have heard Taylor Swift’s latest chart-topper, the annoyingly catchy We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. Check out the annoyingly cute video . . . It’s interesting to …

Tue, Oct 16, 2012, 07:30

   

You’d have to have spent the past month under a rock not to have heard Taylor Swift’s latest chart-topper, the annoyingly catchy We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. Check out the annoyingly cute video . . .

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It’s interesting to me that although Swifty seems to be channeling a slightly more punk / pop sound (think Avril Lavigne circa 2006), her look for Marie Claires November issue is still firmly in the country star mould. I’m not complaining; I enjoy some fringing and denim, and I do like her bangs (that’s fringe to us UK English-speakers). What do you think of her look – and, more importantly, are you as in love/hate with her latest tune as I am?

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