taylor swift ellen degeneres show Taylor Swift on 'Ellen': 'I for real don't have a boyfriend'Country cutie Taylor Swift drops by “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Wednesday (Oct. 19), where they girls dish about Swift not having a boyfriend and then Ellen and Taylor shoot a commercial for Ellen’s new fragrance, “Wonderstruck.” You can also check out a video of Ellen’s “Phoenix” cologne commercial with Keith Urban and a picture of the “Wonderstruck” shoot is below.

On not having a boyfriend:

Ellen: “Does your boyfriend like the way [‘Wonderstruck’] smells?”
Taylor: “I don’t have one. I keep telling you that.”
Ellen: “I’m just trying.”
Taylor: “I just don’t … You’d know if I had a boyfriend. I for real don’t have a boyfriend. I sit by myself and I watch ‘Law & Order.’ I don’t have a boyfriend. I don’t even have like kind of a boyfriend. I don’t have someone that I’m texting that is a guy that someday might be my boyfriend. There’s like nothing going on right now.”
Ellen: “That’s pathetic.”
Taylor: “Yeah.”
Ellen: “You’re busy. You’re very, very busy but you’re OK with that. You have time. You have plenty of time.”
Taylor: “You have to be OK with it. If you’re the girl that needs a boyfriend and once she loses that boyfriend needs to replace it with a different boyfriend, it’s just this constant stream of boyfriends all the time. I don’t feel like I ever want to be that girl. I want to be the girl that when she falls in love, it’s a big deal and it’s a rare thing…”
Ellen: “Good. That’s good. A good role model. I think [you’re] a good role model. I think there are a lot of women and young girls that look at you and listen to you. That’s good information. Listen to her. Take it from me you don’t need boys. You don’t.”

We love you, Taylor. Girl power!

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