Taylor Swift Reads Personal Diary Entries During Lover Album Launch Stream

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August 23, 2019 | 4:09am EST

Taylor Swift treated lucky fans to readings from her personal diaries during a live stream in support of her new album Lover.
The 29-year-old opened up to fans during the YouTube livestream event, Lover’s Lounge Live, on Thursday. And in addition to the world premiere of the Lover music video and a live performance of the single The Archer, the star also read personal entries from her real-life diaries during the event.
“I don’t care what people think of me now because I won’t let them bring me down,” Swift read from an entry dated 25 August 2003, when she was just 13 years old.
In an entry from 5 Oct 2003, the ME! hitmaker went on to reflect about how school is a “big disappointment”.
“I guess I’m just not good enough for people my own age,” the singer continued. “Or maybe I’m just not bad enough. Peace sign.”
The readings were a teaser for fans, who will get 120 scanned pages from the star’s actual diaries with the four deluxe editions of her latest record. Each booklet will have 30 pages of entries from the Shake It Off hitmaker, and will also include blank pages for fans to write their own stories.
Lover, which is Taylor’s seventh studio album, is out now.