Taylor Swift wants to change her style over the next couple of years.
The 'Love Story' hitmaker is keen to "do things a little differently" and experiment musically, but she wants to continue writing her own songs.
She told Access Hollywood: "I think my goal for the next couple of years would be to make departures in little ways and do things a little differently. And to try to maintain a balance between always providing your fans with what they've always liked from you and continuing to write all my own songs."
One of the ways the blonde beauty is looking to experiment musically next year is to collaborate with stars that her fans are not necessarily expecting to hear.
She added: "I'd love to make collaborations in different directions that aren't exactly expected."
Earlier this year, the 22-year-old beauty penned a song with Justin Bieber and the pair took to the stage to perform the 'Never Say Never' singer's hit 'Baby' together as part of Taylor's 'Speak Now' tour gig at the Los Angeles' Staples Center in August.
Following the concert, Taylor wrote on twitter: "You think you've heard LOUD screaming in your life. Then @justinbieber comes out and does a surprise song during your show. Woah. Unreal. (sic)"