Taylor Swift is a city girl at heart.
Since moving to New York City's Tribeca neighborhood last year, the pop star has written a song, titled "Welcome to New York," and she was recently named the city's Global Welcome Ambassador. "When I love something, I'm very, very vocal about it," Swift explained on CBS' The Late Show Tuesday. "Any time I talk to anyone or any time I do an interview, I'm like, 'You don't understand. You have to go there now. You have to go to New York. Just drop what you're doing, and go there. It's amazing. It's the greatest place ever.' And I guess the city picked up on that. They're like, 'She's the most enthusiastic, obnoxious person to ever love New York. She loves it with like 18 exclamation points afterward, underlined.'"
Swift is happy to promote tourism in Manhattan—so much so that she did it pro bono. "I don't get any money for it," the former Nashville resident told David Letterman. Regarding her move, she said, "I'd been obsessing over moving to New York for a year but I didn't find the perfect place until winter last year. So, I've been there ever since and I had the most amazing summer here. All my friends are here!"