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Taylor Swift has promised her fans they'll never hear her complaining about life in the spotlight -- because whining celebrities are "obnoxious."
The "Love Story" singer is forever followed by paparazzi, but she has no problems giving up her privacy when she considers what some of her fans have to put up with.
She tells U.S. TV chat show host Ellen DeGeneres, "I think it's just obnoxious if I complain about anything.... I hear people talk about, like, "Oh, the intrusions on my privacy.... There are a million other jobs you could have had. And for me, I've just come to an acceptance of the fact, this is my life."
Swift continued, "If somebody wants to hide a relationship or has privacy issues then we don't have the same viewpoint. For me, it's just like, 'Live your life.' If people happen to take pictures then... you laugh about it in the car afterwards."
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