Viewers are weighing in after Miss Americana, the Netflix documentary about Taylor Swift, officially arrived on the streaming platform on Friday, January 31. The film, directed by Lana Wilson (A Cure for Fear), follows the singer through recent years, revealing Taylor's reaction to "sexist" label executives, her experience with disordered eating, and more.
After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival on January 23, the film debuted on Netflix on Friday, and fans have experienced a range of emotions after watching. Along with plenty of tear-jerking moments, including some ugly crying, others have found plenty of laughs, pointing to a scene where Taylor joked about President Donald Trump liking her music 25 percent less.
Others cheered Taylor on for speaking out in the documentary, saying, "I'm so proud of how she finally found her voice and that now she's not afraid anymore of what is going to happen if she says what she really thinks, literally a queen."
Shortly after the film was released on Netflix, Taylor addressed her fans, writing, "I’m excited for you to see it. I want to thank Lana Wilson for her curiosity & for wanting to make this film. It’s wild to be sharing so much of my life because it’s scary to be vulnerable! (understatement of the century)." And while it certainly must have been scary for Taylor to share so much of herself throughout the film, it's safe to say that based on the reaction on social media, fans are here to totally support her.
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