Taylor Swift gives a sneak peek at the hard road she traveled to find her truest self in the first official trailer for her upcoming Netflix special, Taylor Swift: Miss Americana.
Also, not for nothing, near the end of the nearly two-minute clip she drops and f-bomb, which is kind of fun. The doc directed by Emmy winner Lana Wilson will hit select theaters and the streaming service on Jan. 31 -- after debuting at the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday night (Jan. 23) -- but on Wednesday (Jan. 22) Swifties got their first look at the chronicle of Swift's recent retreat from the spotlight and rebirth.
"No one out there that I know of in the audience actively hates me," the singer says backstage while getting primped by her team as her beaming mother looks on. In a voiceover, Swift then describes how throughout her career unnamed label executives have told her "a nice girl doesn't force her opinions on people" and "a nice girl smiles and waves and says thank you," which turned her into the person everyone else wanted her to be.