Taylor Swift feels lucky to be liked
Taylor Swift says she is "lucky" to be adored by the public but knows it could change at any time
Taylor Swift feels "lucky" to be liked by the public.
The 'Bad Blood' hitmaker - who earns $1 million a day - considers herself fortunate that people like her songs but believes her good luck could change at any time.
She told Australia's VOGUE magazine: "Things are good right now but I'm never going to be stupid, foolish or ignorant enough to think I have control over the public. All I can control is making good music.
"I am so lucky that people seem to like me right now, but in no way, shape or form is it a permanent thing. And I think being aware of that is what keeps you smart and is what keeps you on the game."
The 25-year-old star added that if people get sick of her, she has no problem with taking some time off to.
She explained: "Then I'll feel like I'll need to give people a breather."
Taylor also believes it's good to be aware that fans and critics could turn against her at any time.
She added: "The public could change their minds about me tomorrow. If they decided that I was annoying tomorrow, they would use that angle and then a few other writers would use that and it would catch on."