Lucy Hale ‘Taylor Swift Made It Cool To Talk Sh*t About Your Ex-Boyfriend.. She’s Untouchable.’

lucy-hale-taylor-swiftCountry crooner Lucy Hale revealed to FLARE that she is going to sing about her ex-boyfriends too: ‘I don’t really keep in touch with many of my ex-boyfriends. But there are some digs in the album for sure.

Taylor’s untouchable. She made country ‘cool.’ And she made it OK to talk about your problems. And be vulnerable. And talk sh*t about your ex-boyfriend. That’s so fun! Everyone wants to do that.’
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  • laura

    Hmm I never really found it necessary to talk shit about my exes and they never found it necessary either.. Rather immature if you ask me, I mean it’s ok to joke about it from time to time but know your limits.

  • Maggie

    More like sing shit about your bf, but I see her point. If I got a chance to get back at someone who hurt me I’d do it to be honest lol.

  • Countryfan

    Taylor swift did not make singing about your exes cool. All other country artists sing about that… that’s one of the most popular subjects in country music? Shania twain, Carrie underwood, etc. I’m pretty sure Avril lavigne is the one who actually made it “cool” in the pop world

    • anony

      not just country but other genre too! i mean, what’s there to talk about beside heartbreaks and being in love? haha

  • Marina And My Diamonds

    What’s the point in talking sh*t about your ex? YOU chose to date them for whatever reason so it’s pointless to get mad when it turns sour (well unless they’ve cheated on you.) Just move on. Talking about them is a form of flattery, it’s like “Oh I was important to them, I still am.” That’s why “break up and get back together” relationships exist.

    • Sammy B

      100 percent on you with this one!

  • boystan

    true she’s an icon

  • boystan

    i met lady gaga

  • kat

    I think Taylor’s songs are special because she puts so much of herself in there and is so vulnerable and real with her lyrics. She’s bold and says what’s on her mind, the good and the bad. Its like listening in on what goes inside her head.

    Such as in “Dear John”, where she tries to figure out what went wrong with the relationship and feels sad and down on herself. Then a second later, she’s feeling angry/bitter with him. Because in reality you never feel just one emotion at a time, you go through several. And most songs don’t capture that.

    “Well maybe it’s me
    And my blind optimism to blame
    Or maybe it’s you and your sick need
    To give love then take it away”

    I don’t think Taylor necessarily sees her songs as talking shit about someone. She probably sees it as more of getting the last word in if anything and closing the book on that experience.

    • anon

      thank you.

  • Eva

    To be honest I think I might be a socio path… Every time I break up with someone all I feel is immense relief. Like thank God that mess is finally over… And I have never gone back or got together with an ex, that is so not me when we are done we are done. So talking about it for a whole year let alone writing a song about it does not make any sense at all to me, but I love love Taylor’s music!!

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