There's a story going around right now that Taylor Swift has insured her legs for $40 million. The source is the National Enquirer. But since it's about Taylor and seemingly so random and, well, she gives us pictures to use of her legs so often, the report is getting picked up everywhere.

For my generation - and that means those of us born before 1980 - the one person we associate with "leg insurance" is Mary Hart of Entertainment Tonight. That's actually probably the ONLY person I associate with "leg insurance". It's so 80s. Which, I suppose, given her album and all that, seems like it makes sense.

If this is true though, I'd be pissed if I were her that it got out. Because it's not exactly on brand. At least not the brand she's selling. Which is that the value of her career is on her music. Her legs, ostensibly, have nothing to do with the music.