After talking about fame and her album in inteview segment, the 'Mean' singer appears on stage in a school-girl outfit for a live performance.
Taylor Swift debuted a televised performance of "The Story of Us" on the Wednesday, May 11 episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show". Wearing a black mini skirt, white long-sleeved shirt and a tie, she channeled her inner sassy school girl while jamming with her band.
Before the performance, Taylor sit down with Ellen DeGeneres for an interview. She talked about her joy of getting positive response for her latest studio album "Speak Now" and her effort of raising money to help the victims of the tornadoes down south.
Also, the country/pop singer commented on what it feels like living a life as a big star. Aware that losing privacy is "the price she pays for fame," she said, "I think it's just obnoxious if I complain about anything. You know, I hear people talk about like, 'Oh, the intrusions on my privacy.' It's like there are a million other jobs you could have had."
"And for me, I've just come to an acceptance of the fact that this is my life, and if somebody wants to hide a relationship or has privacy issues, then we don't have the same view point. 'Cause for me it's just like, live your life. If people happen to take pictures, you laugh about it in the car afterward."