Taylor Swift believes that with fame comes responsibility.
And the singer, who is known for her good-girl image, is expressing just that on this Sunday's 60 Minutes.
For instance, when the subject of her fans comes up, Swift says she understands that, for many of them, she is indeed a role model...
"I definitely think about a million people when I'm getting dressed in the morning, and that's just part of my life now," Swift tells the newsmagazine when it comes to deciding what to wear each day. "I think it's my responsibility to know it and to be conscious of it."
What's more, the Grammy winner insists she's not going to allow herself to use her age as an excuse to live on the wild side.
"It would be really easy to say 'I'm 21 now, I do what I want. You raise your kids!'" Swift says. "But it's not the truth of it. The truth of it is that every singer out there with songs on the radio is raising the next generation."
So it doesn't exactly comes as too much of a surprise when Swift reveals that while she has tried alcohol, she's "not a drinker," adding: "I'm not like, 'Man, it's my favorite thing to do,' and I don't drink to get drunk because that's just not cute."
As for marijuana?
You guessed it. A big fat no on that one, too.
"I just don't feel like it," Swift says regarding weed. "And I don't want to smoke anything because I sing."
Not to mention having a cute little newly adopted kitty to take care of as well.