Although Taylor Swift is known for her incredibly popular country pop albums, she expanded her career in 2010 by taking on a minor role in Valentine's Day. ET caught up with Swift backstage at the Teen Choice Awards and found out if she intends on doing any more acting in the future.
"I hope so," Swift replied when asking if she planned on acting again. "I've been reading scripts for years and there's never been anything that fit in [my] schedule that I also loved, so if those two things could happen, I would love to be in a movie."
Swift, who won four awards on the night, including Choice Movie Voice for her role in the animated film Dr. Seuss' The Lorax, revealed that she complimented Josh Hutcherson for his "great" performance in The Hunger Games.
Hutcherson, who received the Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy award, said that he hasn't been bothered by the amount of attention that he and other Hunger Games actors have received after the film's immense popularity.
"Actually, it's been more mellow than everyone told me it was gonna be so I've been very happy," the 19-year-old actor said. "I just got a new house [and] a new dog so I've just been relaxing and enjoying my summer."
ET also caught up with the guys of the Happy Endings, who were having a grand time as Adam Pally was on a roll with his jokes and puns.
"I was shocked that that 'Glee' kid can walk," Pally joked of the awards show's co-host Kevin McHale, whose character on Glee is in a wheelchair. "I saw him walk across the stage and I was like, 'It's a miracle! Why isn't anyone happy about this?'"
Check out the full video above of ET backstage at the Teen Choice Awards.