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The 'Everything Has Changed' singer says she is getting excited about her new material right now.
Taylor Swift says the "floodgates" have opened on her new album after she has started writing new songs for the record over the past few weeks.
The 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer is currently taking her 'Red' tour across North America, but says she is starting to get excited about some of the new music she has been writing.
"The floodgates just opened the last couple weeks," Taylor revealed to Rolling Stone, when asked about progress on the record. I'm getting to that point where I'm irritating to be around because I'll be with you for half the conversation and then the second half of the conversation I'm clearly editing the second verse of whatever I'm writing in my head."
The '22' singer also says she expects to continue working with collaborators on her next record, after enjoying the experience of writing with the likes of Max Martin and Shellback on 'Red'.
"I really loved collaborating, you work with a lot of different people and you find the people you have this dream connection with in the studio," she explained. "I know those people and I know the ones I want to go back to, but I also have a really long list of the people I admire and I would really love to go and contact."
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Despite wanting to reunite with some of her past collaborators Taylor says fans shouldn't expect her sound to stay the same on her next studio outing.
"I never want to make the same record twice, why do it? What's the point?" Taylor added.
Will.i.am recently admitted he would love to work with Taylor Swift down the road, and described the US star as "dope".