Taylor Swift open to acting roles

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift Bang Showbiz

TAYLOR Swift is open to more acting roles in the future.

The 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer has already played parts on the big and small screen - she has appeared in 'Valentine's Day', 'New Girl' and 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' - and she has admitted she wouldn't rule out more in the future if the ideal project "came along".

She told E! News: "That's always something that's in the back of my mind, if the right thing came along."

While the 23-year-old star is open to the possibility of furthering her acting career, music remains her true passion and she insisted it would have to be an "amazing" offer to tempt her away from being a working musician.

She added: "It would have to be something so amazing that it would take me away from writing songs and touring, which would have to be an incredible script."

Taylor has been at the Toronto International Film Festival getting another taste of the film industry after her wrote a song - 'Sweeter Than Fiction' - for the end credits of 'One Chance'.

The movie focuses on the true story of Paul Potts, the former shop assistant who rose to fame after winning the first series of 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2007.

Taylor said: "The story just blew me away. I didn't know the story of Paul Potts.

"He's working a cellphone store and then ended up winning 'Britain's Got Talent' ... You have to see it. It makes you feel so many different things."

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