Taylor Swift Appears In Teen Vogue

Swift has been featured on the cover of a number of magazines.

In 2008, the list includes Blender, Seventeen, Billboard, Girl's Life, Women's Health and CosmoGirl. In 2009, Swift graced the cover of Teen Vogue, Self Magazine, Rolling Stone, Allure, and Glamour

I'm the kind of person," Taylor Swift explains, "who needs to feel like everything happens for a reason. When you date a guy and it goes badly, that's horrible. But if you can write a song about it, then it was worth it." By that standard, the petit tragedies of Taylor's teenage years are looking pretty close to priceless: Her self-titled 2006 debut, which took as its subject matter the artist's life as a young girl, sold more than 3 million copies. And Fearless, her double-platinum follow-up (which features at least one song written about her most famous ex, Joe Jonas) debuted atop the Billboard 200. "I never expected all this would happen to me," the nineteen-year-old says. But in the midst of the madness—she's been planning her first big U.S. headlining tour, which starts in April—Taylor shut off her cell phone (current ring tone: Carly Simon's "You're So Vain") and spent a couple of hours talking to Teen Vogue.