through the eras: lead music videos


“One of the things you can expect is that I’m really trying to challenge myself in every single way possible to make music that doesn’t sound like music I’ve made before, when you get into the album there are a lot of late eighties sounds and vocal stylings and production elements. We were really just playing around with this album and didn’t limit ourselves, what ended up happening was we made an album that really sounds like an album, it’s really sonically cohesive, and I’m really proud of it. Ed has heard a lot of the songs on the album but he hadn’t heard the first single, because the time that I was going to play it for him it was the day that ‘Sing’ had just come out’. I said, ‘no, we’re not making this about my music today, it’s all about ‘Sing’ today’, so now he’s finally heard it alongside the rest of the world, he has heard a lot of the new album, he’s got the inside scoop. I doubt he’ll tell though!” — Taylor Swift on 1989 (x)  (via eyesopen)

I was listening to a lot of late 80’s pop, because I really loved the chances they were taking I loved how bold they were. So being inspired by that I started delving into the late 80’s - and what I found was that it was apparently a time of limitless potential. And the idea that you can do what you want, be who you want, wear what you want, love what you want - bright colors, bold chances, rebellion. The idea of that was so inspiring to me…but basically in thinking about that, and thinking about how this new album is a bit of a rebirth for me because it’s so now. I’ve never really made these kinds of changes before. And having been born on December 13th, 1989…this album is called 1989.”Taylor Swift

So to you, or anyone else who has spent four minutes on me in some way, listening to just one song, or watching one of my videos… Thank you. I love you like I love sparkles and having the last word. And that’s real love. ―Taylor Swift.


RACHEL BERRY    1x15 The Power Of Madonna

I just want to be ready; I know I’m getting older, and these things are going to happen someday, but how do I stop a guy from getting mad at me for saying “no”?

Lea hiking at TreePeople Park - August 2, 2014

5/25 favorite photos of Lea Michele → 2010

“We love her. We’re trying to find a way to bring her back. […] Her acting was completely naturalistic.” — Sons of Anarchy director Paris Barclay about Lea Michele [x] (via girlmworld)

Lea Michele talking about Paris Barclay at the Emmy’s.  +


Last night’s look!

“My wishful thinking has gotten me hurt more times—the voice in my head that says, “This could be great; this could all work out.” But I wouldn’t turn that voice off because my wishful thinking will make me believe in a love that will actually work.

Oh darling, don’t you ever grow up. Don’t you ever grow up, just stay this little.

Taylor Swift at Saturday Night Live