Filmed in front of 76,000 fans at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia, "The 1989 World Tour Live" captures Taylor Swift's entire performance while also mixing in behind-the-scene, rehearsal, and special guest footage from her 1989 Tour.
Edited concert performance video by Taylor, before thousands of her adoring fans, of her hit song 'Red' in which she likens a one-sided relationship to a thrilling but doomed ride in a brand-new Maserati down a dead-end street.
The video starts with Zayn emerging from his car on a rainy night as the paparazzi take photos. As Zayn enters a hotel he starts singing his part and as the chorus begins he reaches the ... See full summary »
Okay, so, I always have to bring up everything that can go sideways - everything that we need to expect. Number one: the president could come after you.
Yeah, fuck that. I don't care.
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Haven't been a huge fan, I have been interested in what fame does to Artists.
I am a stubborn soul, Artists, sitcoms, etc. become popular I and I wasn't part of it, I don't want to jump on the band wagon. I have like her music, but never a huge fan. I think she is funny. But never understood the obsession. I do however hate seeing young fame happen because you very rarely see them mature in to healthy adults. And some have good support systems but it would still be HARD to grow up and not be so psychologically messed up and constantly trying to figure yourself out. And in this documentary I think they/she did a good job explaining her growth. These stars are HUMAN BEINGS. Trying to please million, billions of people through their success. And it's only gotten more messed up by adding social media. A 24/7 second to second reminder if the world loves or hates you. This wasn't a pure story of her life. It more seemed to be a break down of a PART of it. I respect her openness. And sure, I would want to explain myself and have a piece of the world accept me too. So to the harsh comments, "pitty party" you are human and would want to be accepted. For those that hate her for Kanye, a part of him feels better saying out load he is bipolar. We're human. EVEN celebrities. Very cool documentary that flowed evenly and wasn't confusing. Well made.
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