Taylor Swift's 1989 Tour Film Is Here: Watch 'Wildest Dreams' and a Behind-the-Scenes Video

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Taylor Swift performs at Manchester Arena on June 24, 2015 in Manchester, England.  

The 1989 World Tour Live, the Jonas Akerlund-directed concert film documenting Taylor Swift’s 7-month worldwide trek in 2015, was released on Sunday, Dec. 20. While the film is streaming via Apple Music, fans who haven’t had the chance to watch the full thing yet can take a moment to see a short sneak peek. Apple Music has posted a one-minute clip of Swift’s live performance of “Wildest Dreams.”

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The video -- which begins with the song’s first verse and runs through the chorus -- features Swift solo onstage, playing piano in a sparkly ball gown.

Meanwhile, Swift’s friend Karlie Kloss also uploaded a video on Sunday to her Klossy YouTube channel, showing off her own 1989 Tour experience. The backstage clip gives viewers a glimpse at what it’s like to prepare to get on the stage in front of an audience of 65,000, including a look at Swift demonstrating the stage setup with nail polish bottles and towels. The model was a guest at the 1989 Tour stop at London’s Hyde Park in June.

Watch both videos below.