Let's be honest, there's not much that Taylor Swift cannot do. Biggest popstar in the world? Check. Single-handedly tackling the world's biggest company to entirely change their operating policies? Check. Making us weep with joy by doing truly wonderful things for deserving fans? Check-a-roo.
But now there's also the possibility that she could be about to add a Hollywood actress string to her bow, as author John Green bloody loves the idea of getting her in his latest movie adaptation.
And yes we KNOW that her performance in Valentine's Day was robbed of an Oscar nomination, but this is so much bigger than that.
Earlier this week, Taylor tweeted about how excited she was to see close pal and squad member Cara Delevingne make her major film debut to star as Margo in the upcoming John Green movie, Paper Towns, adding that John is also her favorite writer, too.
Funnily enough, John was pretty chuffed by the stellar recommendation to her 61 million followers, and he's been talking about returning the favor by getting her cast in his next film adaptation, Looking For Alaska.
While you might first assume it'd be for the role of leading girl Alaska, John told Access Hollywood that "She'd be a great Takumi" which is great until you remember that the character is a male hip-hop enthusiast with mad rapping skills.
He then also suggested that "She'd be great as The Colonel." ALSO GREAT, until you remember The Colonel is the five-foot tall roommate of main character, Miles, and Taylor has the legs of a supermodel giant.
Improving his suggestions dramatically, John said: "It could be one of those movies where Taylor Swift plays every character, just in a different outfit… like Austin Powers. Starring Taylor Swift, AND Taylor Swift."
"It's not my decision who to cast, but I do like Taylor Swift a lot, I'm a big Taylor Swift fan."
Can this be a thing, please? An all-Taylor Swift cast for Taylor Swift: The Movie. Starring Taylor Swift as Taylor Swift, Taylor Swift as Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift as both of her cats? Directed by Taylor Swift and with soundtrack from Taylor Swift. Excellent.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.co.uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.