Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off' celebrates her ability to shake off the haters -- especially the ones who voice unwanted opinions about her love life.

In a new issue of People, Swift assures everyone she's quite happy, even if she's single.

"I'm not too worried about whether I meet someone," she shares in the magazine's 40th Anniversary edition, which boasts her photo on the cover. "I'm going to be happy either way."

Swift has a lot to be happy about these days, and it's likely a result of her strong focus on her career over starting a new relationship. The superstar reveals she's figuring herself out during her time alone, saying, "I made the decision to spend time on my own and figure out who I am."

"When you take the other person out of the scenario and you're walking through life on your own, you end up figuring out what you actually like without anyone else's input," she adds.

Apparently, the Grammy winner has realized she likes pop music -- a genre which seems to be welcoming her with open arms. Of course, Swift's talent extends beyond being a singer, as she's also a style icon. On the cover of People, she pays tribute to the first cover ever, which portrayed Mia Farrow in her best 'The Great Gatsby' look.

"Being on my own, prioritizing my girlfriends, my family and my music above everything else and trying things I never thought I'd try," Swift furthers. "It's really been a liberating and freeing time."

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