Taylor Swift Documentary Coming to Netflix at Month’s End
The wait for Taylor Swift's new Netflix documentary won't be as long as we first thought it would be, as the film will be hitting the streaming service before this month is over.
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Taylor Swift: Miss Americana will debut on January 31, following its premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival on January 23.
As previously reported, the documentary will offer a revealing look at Taylor during a “transformational period in her life 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.” But it will also offer a look into Taylor's relationships, which we are all looking forward to.
Shakira sat down to chat about her tour, performing and the Super Bowl halftime show that she is sharing with J. Lo in three weeks. Here she is talking about how it felt back when she was in school and didn't make the class choir:
Meanwhile, J. Lo posted on her Instagram to head over and find her on TikTok for a sneak peek at her halftime performance.
Jennifer wrote, "It’s 3 weeks until the Super Bowl so I’m giving you a sneak peek into my half time performance. Head over to my TikTok to check it out. This week take on the challenge and dance to On The Floor with me!!! I’ll re-share some of my favorites."
Oh, and we have to talk about the Aaron Hernandez documentary which was just released Tuesday at midnight on Netflix:
I started watching last night and got through about half of the documentary. There are three episodes and they're each about an hour in length.
I have to say, I am definitely surprised by how much I didn't know about Hernandez and specifically his childhood through high school and then college. On the outside, his family seemed like the all-American football family living in the small town of Bristol, Connecticut; his mom was very involved in their school and activities, with his dad being a well-known football player in town, and his older brother played as well.
That was not the case. The documentary covers a lot, more than enough to make you realize this guy was deeply damaged.