The celebration of the year of our Lord Tayla's birth continued yesterday on the Ellen show, when T. Swift dropped by to promote 1989 and tell everyone her deepest, darkest fear. "I'm scared of being framed," she said, in the voice of someone who's certainly not covering up multiple murders as we speak.

She explained, "So many people [could] frame me. And they can frame you for any crime that you could go to jail for. Look at me, I wouldn't survive in jail."

Any crime that you could go to jail for, huh?

Swift clarified:

I think the dream and nightmare of being framed comes from—I could do nothing wrong, I could sit in my house with the cats all day and somehow there could be an article about me buying a house in a place I've never been or dating a guy I've never met. So, it's like…then you take it a step further and in a nightmare world it's being framed for murder.

Two things: 1) sitting in the house with the cats all day is not a good alibi, and 2) blaming the tabloids never works in the courtroom.

She probably won't have to worry about that though, it's not like sweet Taylor has anyone she'd like to slowly and methodically stab to death.