Taylor Swift is just like us – at least she says so.
The country megastar continued her late-night TV stops with a visit to The Late Show with Seth Meyers where she responded to headlines pointing out her extra put-together looks after workouts.
“That is how everyone looks when they come out of the gym,” Taylor jokes in response to seeing photos of herself leaving the New York City facility in stylish attire. “I like to bring a change of clothes.”
The Big Apple’s newest celebrity resident goes on to say the massive city has inspired her to step up her style.
“I think New York is one of those cities that feels worth dressing up for, if that makes any sense. I just feel like when I walk out onto the sidewalk in New York, I have to just try a little harder,” she says.
Taylor calls stories indicating she takes one hour of post-gym primping time “ridiculous.”
She also gave an extra plug to her Yahoo! Worldwide Livestream on Monday, which will also stream on iHeartRadio.
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