Taylor Swift reading up on US history
Country singer Taylor Swift has been taking in some American history after reading a 900-page book about the American political family The Kennedys
Taylor Swift has been reading up on American history in her spare time.
The 'Love Story' singer - who is currently on her 99-date Speak Now World Tour - has been spending her free time taking in a book about American political family The Kennedys, and plans to extend her knowledge by indulging in further tomes about the second President of the US, John Adams, and Ellis Island - the gateway where immigrants were traditionally welcomed to the country.
She told Rolling Stone magazine: "I just read a 900-page book called 'The Kennedy Women', which dates back to the lineage of the first Kennedys coming from Ireland in the 1800s.
"This morning I bought books about John Adams, [Abraham] Lincoln's Cabinet, the Founding Fathers and Ellis Island."
The 21-year-old beauty - who was nearly reduced to tears when she attempted to visit the New York Historical Society, but found it to be closed - joked to fans on twitter she was doing some sophisticated reading, but tweeted a picture of her reading a 'Cuddly Kittens' book.
She wrote: "Just doing some pre-show sophisticated reading. Very serious material here."
Taylor has also been extending her musical talents as she played a version of 'Eminem's' track 'Loose Yourself', complete with rapping and accompanied by guitar during a show in Grand Rapids, Michigan.