Taylor Swift Reveals Her Post-1989 World Tour Plans: ‘Maybe I’ll Just Eat Carbs’

20 Jan 2016 | Author: | No comments yet »

See Taylor Swift preview her 1989 concert film.

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.Whether you made it to one of ‘s 85 shows during her world tour or not, we all spent a good portion of 2015 talking about it, awing over the never-ending list of celebrity guests and wondering how in the world she pulled off such a tremendous feat.

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. Well, thanks to her just-released documentary—which dropped on Apple Music Sunday morning—we get a little glimpse behind-the-scenes of her incredibly successful show and the things that went into planning it. I’d walk the artist along the stage, I’d say ‘I think maybe we should go here at this point in the song, maybe we should do this at this point in the song,'” Swift said in the ABC News preview. “And we would just decide together what the performance should look like.” Swift also revealed that she offered her musical guests the choice of what color they wanted the audience’s light-up bracelets to shine plus other logistics like their stage entrance and whether or not they want pyrotechnics involved. “I didn’t want them to come and donate their time and their energy to be on my stage and not have it feel like I cared enough to give them anything that made it feel huge.

Apple Music has posted a one-minute clip of Swift’s live performance of “Wildest Dreams.” 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. The two-hour film directed by Jonas Akerlund (who also worked on Jay Z and Beyoncé’s On the Run Tour film) documents her Nov. 28 show in Sydney, Australia at the AZN Stadium, but also answers so many of our burning questions. 1. I just wanted us to go all out,” Swift said. 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings.

No, finding surprise guest wasn’t hard for T.Swift (duh): “Getting people to say yes to come out onstage was a lot easier than I thought,” the country-turned-pop singer says in the film. “It really showed me how many artists out there love what they do so much that they are willing to get up and play because it’s fun.” 3. Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again. 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. In general, the tour was all about having fun with her friends: “I feel like this tour and this album and this phase of my life have been about inclusivity.

Her favorite song to perform during the show was “Blank Space:” Swift called the song one of the biggest highlights from each show, explaining how she and her team hoped to give the audience a similar theatrical vibe as the music video. 5. I want to learn how to, like, make a good drink,” she says as the credits roll. “Maybe I’ll just eat carbs and nothing else for the next couple of months.

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