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For anyone raging that they didn't snap up tickets to Glasto 150th anniversary headlined by Taylor Swift, there's a way to get a dose of Tay Tay action from the comfort of your own living room.
According to a synopsis released by the entertainment platform, the programme will take a "raw and emotionally revealing look" at the Bad Blood singer "during a transformational period in her life."
Moving between Taylor's personal and professional life, the Netflix doc will show the singer as "she learns to embrace her role not only as a songwriter and performer, but as a woman harnessing the full power of her voice."
Directed by Lana Wilson, the documentary gets its debut at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on 23rd January, just days before it hits Netflix.
It's a prime time to look back on the highs and lows of Taylor's glittering career. At last year's American Music Awards, she was named both artist of the year and artist of the decade, winning six awards in total, taking her all-time total to a whopping 29.
Tay Tay has also had her share of high-profile feuds over the years - hello, Kanye West, Kim K and Katy Perry - the latest of which involves record exec Scooter Braun and co-founder of Taylor's former label, Scott Borchetta, who own the rights to Taylor's musical back catalogue.
The singer announced the upcoming doc last November, during her ongoing feud with the music industry duo.
Taylor claimed the pair had "declined the use of my older music or performance footage for this project, even though there is no mention of either of them or [Braun's label] Big Machine Records anywhere in the film."
Scooter Braun's label Big Machine Records denied blocking music for the project. At least Miss America will have a blinding soundtrack, then.
Accepting her award for Artist of the Decade at the AMA's last November, Taylor described the previous 12 months as giving her "the most amazing times" as well as "the hardest things I've gone through in my life".
Will Miss Americana put those words into context?
Going by Sundance's description of the movie, the answer could be yes.
The festival described the movie as a "window into Swift, her creative process, and her singular experience of being one of the brightest lights on the world's global stage."
It went on to praise how Wilson showcases "Swift's trademark vulnerability and her fierce intelligence and wit" and "captures moments both tender and exhilarating as the superstar embarks on the latest chapter of her already extraordinary career."
We predict bad blood, trouble and love stories a-plenty.
Miss Americana lands on Netflix 31st January.
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