Taylor Swift isn’t straight forward about her sentiments as other pop stars like Miley Cyrus. She doesn’t point direct fingers but we love to interpret her song lyrics which are full of hidden messages.
On the contrary to what the pop queen has been doing, her latest Netflix documentary “Miss Americana” unveiled some dark secrets at the Sundance film festival 2020 which moved the grounds of the industry. The documentary even outshined the big 2020 Sundance movies.
What did she reveal?
Our beloved pop star gave away the troubling story of her eating disorder. She revealed that she used to make a list of everything that she used to eat daily and restrict herself to a suffering diet. Even during her concerts, she used to severely starve herself.
The 2020 Sundance festival turned out to be pretty special for Swift’s fans and for them it was worth it buying 2020 Sundance film festival tickets. After the premier Taylor got up on the stage for a Q&A session after receiving huge applause.
About the eating dis-order, Swift added, “I tend to get triggered by something — whether it’s a picture of me where I feel like my tummy looked too big, or someone said that I looked pregnant or something — and that will trigger me to just starve a little bit. Just stop eating”
Moreover, the documentary also hinted that Taylor wanted to share her opinion on the previous elections which was something new as she has always kept her political beliefs to herself.
She also recalled how her sexual assault court battle changed her life completely. At first, we only interpreted that from her songs but now she has elaborated how she actually felt.
In the documentary, she said that her life was “unspeakably different” after the trials and she doesn’t expect anyone to understand what it felt like. The emotional impact left traces on her personality.