9 Things You Might Have Missed in Taylor Swift's Netflix Concert Film

January 2, 2019
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On New Year’s Eve, Netflix premiered the Taylor Swift Reputation Stadium Tour special. In addition to being described by Rolling Stone as Taylor’s “victory toast to top off her historic 2018,” some of the special’s biggest (and best) moments have been explained by E! News as part of a new list. Here are nine things you may have missed: 

  1. She has her own production company. Taylor Swift Productions--complete with a cat logo.
  2. "1, 2, 3, let's go b**ch!" During the tour, Swifties started a trend of saying the line "1, 2, 3 let's go b**ch" during her song "Delicate." The line comes after Swift sings, "We can't make, any promises now can we, babe? But you can make me a drink."
  3. Microphones. The snake detail! 
  4. No Sugarland performance. The movie was filmed at the final night of Taylor's U.S. tour in Dallas, where she performed "Babe" with Sugarland. Unfortunately, it looks like they didn't make the movie cut. 
  5. Tissue presentation. At the 53-minute mark, Swift has a cute exchange with her dancer Giuseppe, who hands her a tissue so she can blow her nose. 
  6. Loie Fuller dedication. After performing "Dress," a dedication to the late actress and dancer Loie Fuller, who passed away in 1928, appeared on the screen. 
  7. Final message. "And in the death of her reputation, she felt truly alive."
  8. She uses a #13 golf cart. Lucky 13, her favorite number, of course!
  9. The final scene. Taylor is seen skipping away, seeming truly at peace with her life...and her reputation.