Taylor Swift has revealed how she felt after dropping her first ever F-bomb on the song, Mad Woman.
The hitmaker surprised fans as she swore several times on songs in her latest smash-hit album, folklore, and the star loved being able to use explicit language in her music.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly after being named one of their 2020 Entertainers of the Year, she explained: ‘[It felt] f***ing fantastic. Every rule book was thrown out.
‘I always had these rules in my head and one of them was, You haven’t done this before, so you can’t ever do this. “Well, you’ve never had an explicit sticker, so you can’t ever have an explicit sticker.”‘
She continued: ‘But that was one of the times where I felt like you need to follow the language and you need to follow the storyline.
‘And if the storyline and the language match up and you end up saying the F-word, just go for it. I wasn’t adhering to any of the guidelines that I had placed on myself.’
The 30-year-old continued: ‘I decided to just make what I wanted to make. And I’m really happy that the fans were stoked about that because I think they could feel that. I’m not blaming anyone else for me restricting myself in the past.
‘That was all, I guess, making what I want to make. I think my fans could feel that I opened the gate and ran out of the pasture for the first time, which I’m glad they picked up on because they’re very intuitive.’
Fans were loving Taylor embracing her sassy side on the album which she dropped without warning earlier this year.
The Grammy-nominated project was so secret not even her record label knew about it.