Taylor Swift has revealed she would love to collaborate with rocker Jack White because she loves his ''style and playing''.
The 'Love Story' singer is currently working on the follow-up to her record-breaking LP 'Fearless' - which sold over seven million copies worldwide - and she would love to lay down a track with The White Stripes guitarist.
The blonde star - who was recently listed in Time Magazine's 100 most influential people list - said: "I love his style. I love his writing. I think he's an awesome player too."
Taylor has also revealed the inspiration behind her new album and is confident fans will enjoy the songs and the subjects she is tackling.
The 20-year-old pop star - who hopes to have finished the LP by the end of the summer - said: "What do you think? Boys and love.
"When I put out an album I'd like to think that when people listen to that album it's like a diary of what I've been through in the last two years. So it's a really fun way to express who I am and what I'm going through."
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