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Taylor Swift: ‘I’d Make Time For a Boyfriend’

taylor-swift-headband-hottie (7)Taylor Swift says she’d “go for it” if her perfect man came along.  The country music star — who has previously dated Joe Jonas of the Jonas Brothers — admits she’s probably too busy to have a relationship, but she’d make time for a boyfriend if she found Mr Right. “I have always been really busy, so finding a date was never easy,” she said. “I’m better on my own, moving around and doing career things.

“But if someone comes along who is right for me I will definitely go for it.” However, Taylor, 19, recently admitted she has “no idea” what love is. “I think the reason I write about love so much is because I have no idea what is going on with love. It’s unpredictable and I haven’t figured it out yet,” she said. “Every love story is different and I like to approach every person I meet like they’re a separate book, rather than a chapter in a whole book. I don’t have one general theory for how to date a person.”


What Is Mystery Google?

mystery-googleAn interesting new site piggybacking off of Google has sprung up entitled Mystery Google. The concept is that you don’t get what you search for, you actually see the results from the person who searched just previous to you. And the person after you sees your results. Definitely not for the faint of heart or those who want to keep their internet browsing G rated, but it can be an interesting bit of internet sociology to see the sorts of things that people want others to see.


Leighton Meester “Somebody To Love” (AUDIO)

Leighton-Meester-Somebody-To-Love-SongGossip Girl’s Leighton Meester has been busy working on her debut album, which is set to be released later this year or very early next year. She was previously featured on Cobra Starship’s “Good Girls Go Bad,” and now she’s branching off on her own. Check out this radio rip of Leighton’s first single, “Somebody To Love,” featuring R&B singer Robin Thicke. The uptempo track, produced by Mike Caren, will hit radio Oct. 27.