Taylor Swift makes a big appearance new look Sundance Film Festival debut of Miss Americana

Taylor Swift has arrived to the Sundance Film Festival!

The “Lover” singer ventured out ahead the debut of her Netflix narrative, Miss Americana, on Thursday night—and appeared another ‘do while at it. The shaggy blonde lob is a familiar sight to Swifties, who called attention to that the haircut is suggestive of the one she rocked during the 1989 album period.

This denotes Swift’s first time back at the festival in Park City since 2012 when she went to the Ethel debut nearby Ethel Kennedy. Swift’s narrative, coordinated by Lana Wilson, is set to take fans inside the life of the superstar as she discovers her political voice.

Yesterday was only that T.Swift dropped the trailer for the doc, which will make a big appearance on Netflix and in select theaters on Jan. 31. In the trailer, Swift opens up about becoming the individual “everyone wanted me to be,” by remaining quiet about her suppositions. Be that as it may, presently she wants to be on the “right side of history,” which is the reason she’s standing up and supporting what she has believed in.

“It woke me up from constantly feeling like I was fighting for people’s respect,” Swift says in the trailer. “And it feels f–king awesome.”

“I feel really good about not feeling muzzled anymore,” we later hear the 30-year-old songstress say. “And it was my own doing.”

In the two-minute sneak look, everyone likewise observes Swift in the recording studio too behind the stage when performances. Furthermore, in a short PDA moment, Swift can be seen sharing a grasp to her boyfriend of three years, Joe Alwyn.

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