Merry Christmas Swifties--Taylor Swift's concert film, The 1989 World Tour LIVE, is currently streaming via Apple Music but just a day ahead of the release, the pop sensation shared a behind-the-scenes snippet of the film in which she discusses her long list of guest appearances and star power on the 1989 World Tour stage.
"When I'll have a sound check with a special guest artist, I'll meet them on the stage, introduce them to everybody, the band. 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,'"the "Out of the Woods" singer revealed in the nearly three minute ABC News preview. "And we would just decide together what the performance should look like."
The 26-year-old pop mogul further detailed that she allowed each guest on her 1989 World Tour to choose their particular stage entrance, if they wanted a performance ridden with pyrotechnics or not and what color they wanted the audience's bracelets to light up during the show. "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. I just wanted us to go all out," Swift continued.
Beck, Steven Tyler, Alanis Morissette, Selena Gomez, Justin Timberlake, Nick Jonas, John Legend and Lorde are just a few singers to join Swift on her record-breaking world tour that spanned eigth countries and four continients--North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Let's not forget the member of TSwift's multiplying squad, Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevigne and Kendall Jenner, who rolled through to support their bestie.
According to Rolling Stone, the 1989 World Tour LIVE not only gives viewers a closer look at the artist collaborations but the film also boasts the Pennsylvania native's performances of 1989's biggest hits like "Blank Space," "Bad Blood" and "Shake It Off."