Lorde doesn’t care if you think she and Taylor Swift are lesbian lovers

Well it looks like Lorde has got Taylor Swift's back.

Taylor Swift has been spending a lot of time with the lovely ladies lately, including Victoria's Secret model Karli Kloss and New Zealand's newest superstar import and Grammy Darling, Lorde, leading some to wonder if maybe Taylor's more into girls these days than the pseudo-men she's usually paired up with. 

Which, hey, whatever floats your boat. 

One music slinger, however, decided to cut right to the chase during an interview and ask Lorde about it. 

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Katie Armiger discusses her terrifying ‘Safe’ video, songwriting evolution & her striking red hair–EXCLUSIVE

Katie-Armiger

When Katie Armiger sings, she captivates her listeners, beckoning them to follow her on a remarkable musical journey. Her voice possesses that signature country cry, able to harmoniously pluck heart strings and empty out those emotional wells of deap-seated pain. On her current single "Safe," a blazing ballad co-written with Mallary Hope, the powerhouse digs into her adept songwriting to create a vivid story, unabashedly claiming her spot as the next woman of country.

But her songwriting hasn't always been so pointed. "I started in this industry when I was so young. I signed onto my label now when I was 15. There’s such a difference in perspective and life experiences," she shares with NashvilleGab, exclusively, of her own songwriting journey. "There are things you just don’t understand."

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Sara Evans has something to say on ‘Slow Me Down’–Album Review

Sara Evans - Slow Me Down

Amidst pop-country affair, there shines a voice as crystal as moonshine. That voice belongs to the one and only Sara Evans. While she certainly has had little radio success in recent years, that doesn't detract from her latest showing, the groovy, beat-heavy Slow Me Down. Set to be released on Tuesday, March 11, the project boasts 11 songs, including a sensational collaboration with the legendary Vince Gill on "Better Off." It's a guitar-laden song that is the most traditional-inspired of the bunch. As can be expected, Gill's harmonious, angelic voice tenderly caresses the ear drums — easily one of the album's most enjoyable tracks.

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