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Taylor Swift 'Fears She Will End Up Alone'

Singer also admits she doesn't have many guy friends...

Taylor Swift has expressed her fears of fame, telling InStyle magazine she's worried she will end up alone.

The I Knew You Were Trouble singer explained to the publication: "What I worry about is that I never want to end up kind of a self-centred, vain human being. My fears circle around me making the wrong choices and messing this up for myself.

"I don’t wanna end up being awful and intolerable. Alone. Laying in a marble bathtub by myself, like sad, with a glass of wine just complaining that my life ended up alone because I pushed everyone away because I thought I was too good to hang out with anybody.

 "The typical Hollywood sad cliché of the poor lonely starlet with no one because she put up all these walls and didn’t trust anyone. That’s my fear. And that’s why I live my life the way I live my life because I’d so much rather feel everything than end up like that."

Swift went on to admit to the magazine that she doesn't have any male friends, stating: "I’m a girls’ girl. I have guy friends but the problem with having guy friends is, like, I always get linked to them and they’ll end up in a slideshow of people I’ve apparently dated on the internet.

"I mean, there’s all kinds of complicated things with having guys as friends. If they have a girlfriend who doesn’t like you or things like that. So I have like two or three guy friends. A select few. But I have like 20-25 really good girlfriends."

Speaking of her personal life, Taylor - who used to date One Direction star Harry Styles - said that while she is yet to find a lasting love, she would like to start a family in the future.

The 23-year old added: "I think so but I’m not sure. Like, I don’t even have a master plan. I’ve thought that I did have a dream scenario before but it turns out that I change my mind and that essentially in your 20s all the puzzle pieces of your life are thrown up in the air and they just fall into whatever place and I think that’s healthy."