Taylor Swift has confirmed she plans to take time off when her ‘1989’ world tour ends, saying she thinks fans “might need a break from me.”

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Taylor Swift performs in Times Square on New Year's Eve in New York
NME spoke to Swift for the exclusive cover feature in this week’s magazine (available free in the UK from Friday, October 9), covering topics including her huge success with latest album ‘1989’, her special guest-filled stadium tour, her role in the public eye and her relationships with fellow pop stars.

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Asked if she worries about having to improve on the huge succsess of her latest album, Swift suggests that might not be possible: “How could the next one be as big?” she asks. “Maybe the next album will be a bridge to somewhere else. Or maybe I’ll just go ahead and change everything.”

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As for plans once the ‘1989’ tour wraps up in December, Swift adds: “I think I should take some time off. I think people might need a break from me. I’m going to… I don’t know. Hang out with my friends. Write new music. Maybe not write new music. I don’t know.”

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Read the full interview and see the brand-new photoshoot in the all-new, free NME, available nationwide on October 9 and on NME.com. Find out where you can get your copy from the full list of pick-up points.

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