Taylor Swift called in Thursday morning to "On Air with Ryan Seacrest", where the newly single superstar was game enough to talk Valentine's Day plans.
"I'm probably going to be with my friends or rehearsing ... I'll be like working on the lighting rig and like, the lighting cues," she told Seacrest. "And I don't think I'd rather be anywhere else to be honest."
Swift split from her latest boyfriend, One Direction's Harry Styles, in early January, but it looks like she has her upcoming tour and Grammy performance to focus on, and of course, her famous besties which include Selena Gomez and Emma Stone.
"I'd say I have like 15 best friends," she said. "I'd much rather have more friends, rather than put up all these walls around your life and not trust people. I've trusted people more and more as this [her career] has gotten thankfully, bigger."
As for her Grammy performance Sunday, she revealed that she'll be the opening act.
"What's interesting is we presented this performance to the Grammy committee ... and they said, 'Okay, cool you have a performance spot.' And then like a week ago they call us and are like, 'Oh, by the way, you're opening the show.' It's not like they approach you ... It just surprised me I was going to go first."
And despite all her recent highly publicized relationship drama, Taylor said that it's felt like "the best year" ever.
"Hands down it's just been the best year. It's been amazing, it's been exciting," she said. "I got to make a record that was different than anything I'd ever done before ... That stuff really surprises me, the fact that I was able to branch out and everybody is really embracing it. It feels like the best year I've had so far. It's been really wonderful."