Taylor Swift has a ''very exciting'' life.

The 'Blank Space' hitmaker doesn't understand why people make fun of her when she gets excited by her accomplishments because her career is much more ''fun'' than her ''edgy'' contemporaries seem to make it out to be.

She said: ''I've always been an easily excitable person and I'm also easily hurt. Let's say I'm easily moved.

''A few years ago, I realised being moved isn't necessarily normal in my line of work, or this cynical world we live in.

''There are viral videos of all the times I'd won awards and how shocked I'd looked. At first, I didn't know how to process being made fun of for being stoked about really exciting accomplishments.

''It seems like people become jaded faster than ever these days and in an effort to appear 'cool', people in my profession and everywhere else I look have taken to trying to seem bored all the time. Unmoved, unfazed, chic, edgy.

''Let me just clarify something, being a pop artist is a very exciting, incredibly fun thing to do.''

These days, the 25-year-old star doesn't care if people laugh at her emotional outbursts.

She told Britain's Glamour magazine: ''Over time, I realised it doesn't matter if people make fun of me for dancing at awards shows, or seeing a cute dog on the street or the fact it's autumn, or if I see a 13 year old on a building.

''Be who you are, and if you are a slightly awkward, very excitable person who sometimes cries when they see little girls dressed in princess dresses in malls, then be that.''