The Taylor Swift Vanity Fair story isn't even out in full yet and we've learned two major things about T-Swift:

1. She thinks 'There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.' *Cough, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Cough* Don't worry, we covered that earlier when we dissected how much she helps other women with her music.

2. She has a framed photo of the moment that Kanye West interrupted her VMA speech in 2009. You don't remember? 

Anyway, Vulture says: Other home décor choices include “a six-foot topiary rabbit,” “antique birdcages everywhere,” and a “koi pond in the middle of the living room.” So that means she has this huge grass rabbit watching her every move? 

That's terrifying. What is this, Alice in Wonderland? Birdcages? How cute.

What's not surprising is that Swift, the most famous scorned ex-girlfriend in pop music, has a photo of the moment West stormed the stage after she won the VMA for Best Female Video for "You Belong With Me."  Look, Ye was wrong, and we know that. But she reminds herself of that moment every single day. But what we're wondering is which Taylor reaction face does she have framed? 

Is it this shocked face: 

Or the "But, but but it's my turn" face: 

Or maybe it's the "Here's the mic, I guess" face: 

We'll hopefully find out more details when the entire cover story is available online. 

[via Vulture]

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