Taylor Swift bounces high for latest photo shoot

2013-03-17 09:24:19 GMT2013-03-17 17:24:19(Beijing Time)  SINA.com
Big bounce: Taylor Swift enjoyed a taste of fresh air as she bounced on a trampoline during a photoshoot in Los Angeles on Saturday.(Photo:agencies)Big bounce: Taylor Swift enjoyed a taste of fresh air as she bounced on a trampoline during a photoshoot in Los Angeles on Saturday.(Photo:agencies)
Much needed break: The singer just launched her six month tour.(Photo:agencies)Much needed break: The singer just launched her six month tour.(Photo:agencies)
Freedom: The singer's latest song 22 talks about having fun while single.(Photo:agencies)Freedom: The singer's latest song 22 talks about having fun while single.(Photo:agencies)
New wheels: The singer pedalled a bike that carried along a tambourine and a blanket.(Photo:agencies)New wheels: The singer pedalled a bike that carried along a tambourine and a blanket.(Photo:agencies)
Simple and sweet: Taylor played it safe in a high-collared jumper and a flared mini skirt.(Photo:agencies)Simple and sweet: Taylor played it safe in a high-collared jumper and a flared mini skirt.(Photo:agencies)
Vintage: The Mean singer next slipped into a sea-foam shirt.(Photo:agencies)Vintage: The Mean singer next slipped into a sea-foam shirt.(Photo:agencies)
Leggy: Taylor's final look showcased her long legs.(Photo:agencies)Leggy: Taylor's final look showcased her long legs.(Photo:agencies)

It's not just her career that's sky high.

Taylor Swift got a chance to get airborne while jumping on a trampoline for her latest photo shoot in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The 23-year-old singer took a break from her fledgling Red Tour for the quick return to Southern California.

She made sure to make the best of her time in Los Angeles by cramming in a sunny session in front of the camera, changing into multiple looks during the shoot.

The Love Story singer started off the day in an all blue number, showcasing her pin thin legs with a flared bright blue skirt and a coy cable-knit sweater.

Taylor accessorised her pulled-back blonde locks with a red polka-dot headband and shaded herself with a pair of black wayfarer sunglasses.

The funfilled afternoon saw Taylor take a spin on a bicycle, riding through the grass undeterred that she could expose herself if there was just a tiny lift of her skirt.

The Grammy-award winner kept the vintage theme going with another sky-coloured ensemble, tucking in a sea-foam collared tee into a pair of rolled-up denim shorts.

Her last look was nothing short of skin revealing, as her long legs were highlighted beneath just a maroon-coloured blazer and a striped top.

But easily the highlight of the entire photo shoot was a turn on the trampoline.

The Mean singer could hold back her laughter as she played around on the bouncy apparatus, stretching her legs in a pair of black trousers.

The photo shoot comes as a welcome break for the busy singer, who launched her Red Tour with special guest Ed Sheeran in Omaha, Nebraska on Wednesday.

The pair will be on the road together for six months, travelling with world promoting Taylor's first pop-focused album.

Also on Wednesday she debuted her latest single 22 in which she details her fondness for 'dressing up like hipsters and making fun of our exes.'

She also talks about hanging with her friends as to 'forget about the heartbreaks,' which a recurring theme for the singer.

Taylor opened up to Times Magazine on Saturday, revealing that she wrote her last single I Knew You Were Trouble about her latest love interest, Harry Styles.

Talking about performing at the BRIT Awards last month, Taylor said that she didn't have much trouble channelling her emotions for the break-up tune.

'Well, it's not hard to access that emotion when the person the song is about is standing by the side of the stage watching,' she said, referencing the One Direction singer, whose seat was not far from the stage.

She continued: 'You're balancing the analytical side of your brain, which is telling you where to go and how to go there, with the other side of your brain, which is saying "Feel everything you're singing, and show it on your face. Feel everything exactly as you felt it when you wrote the song."'

(Agencies)

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