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Taylor Swift Explains Why She'll Still Be Single At 30

The five-year love plan?

With all of the trappings that come with pop superstardom, it’s hard being Taylor Swift.

But according to the 1989 singer herself, it’s even harder dating Taylor Swift—which is why she thinks she’ll still be single when she turns 30 in five years.

“I’ll probably still be single, let’s be honest,” Swift told The Telegraph in a recent interview. “No one’s going to sign up for this and everything that goes with it. Like, ‘Hi, nice the meet you, want to date? Do you love camera flashes? I hope you do!’ I don’t know what’s going to happen if I’m ever content in a relationship—no idea how that’s going to work. I don’t even know if that’s possible with the life I have.”

In fact, the "Shake It Off" singer thinks she'll be some kind of cat lady in the future.

“She’s just surrounded by cats," she said self-mockingly. "So many cats, they’ve divided themselves up into armies and she wanders around lint-rolling the couch that no one’s going to sit on because she’s afraid to have people over.”

Until then, though, Swift says that she's focused on making an album better than her fifth opus.

“I used to think it was important to find a boyfriend,” she said. “But I don’t feel that it is now. I just want to have as much fun and as many adventures as possible.”

Now, who wouldn't sign up for that?