Trailer released for upcoming Taylor Swift documentary Miss Americana

Carla Harmon
January 23, 2020

Miss Americana will be out on Netflix on January 31.

To that end, the first look at the Netflix documentary is heavy on the drama.

Taylor Swift, who is now gearing up for the release of her Netflix documentary Miss Americana, said to Variety, "While she was going through treatment, they found a brain tumor".

The clip begins with her on a gold top and purple shorts as she is backstage. "I became the person everyone wanted me to be".

The clip then shows a montage of negative press Swift has received over the years, including commentary on her body, her friend groups, and her dating life. She is also called 'annoying'. At the 1:45 mark, she's seen kissing someone's hand in the auto. 'And that is what I thought they wanted'.


Swift is seen in a yellow jacket walking among of deer. "I had to deconstruct an entire belief system", she says. Toss it out and reject it. "It woke me up from constantly feeling like I was fighting for people's respect", she continued. "It was happiness without anyone else's input".

At home: She is then seen on a sofa.

Swift later added: "I don't think too hard about this stuff now".

The show promises to go behind the fame. "And it was my own doing".

The revealing film also includes a new song that Swift wrote, inspired by the Midterm elections.


"And the symptoms of what a person goes through when they have a brain tumour is nothing like what we've ever been through with her cancer before".

The politically charged song aligns with her message and story on Miss Americana, so director Lana Wilson decided the documentary was the flawless space for us fans to first hear the song.

Swift said that while she was filming the movie, her mother got sick for a second time.

"No one out there that I actively know hates me", Swift exclaims while sporting the colourful costume she wore during her performance at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards back in August 2019. 'We don't know what treatment we're going to choose.

"Everyone loves their mom; everyone's got an important mom". "I want to do this", she says in the clip.


She continues, "Because I've talked about equality and sung about it in songs like 'Welcome to NY, ' but we are at a point where human rights are being violated".

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