Taylor Swift admits she goes for bad boys

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Taylor Swift has made some breakthroughs lately. Not only did she receive her sixth Songwriter of the Year award from the Nashville Songwriters Association International, she opened the Taylor Swift Education Center at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tenn., according to USA Today.

No word yet on the proposed Taylor Swift Re-Education Center for Juvenile Delinquents, but we imagine her school will appeal to youngsters who want to pour their hearts out about heartbreak drinking and ice-road trucking through song.

Finally, via Radar Online, she admitted that her poor dating track record might have something to do with her, not the guys she sees.

“I think it needs to change,” she told InStyle magazine. “My friends tease me about the fact that if someone seems bad or shady, or like they have a secret, I find them incredibly interesting.”

Ah, so the squeaky clean, zero-twerk princess likes bad boys. We all have our demons.Country Music Hall of Fame and MuseumFeaturesGossipTaylor Swift

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