PARK CITY, Utah — The Swifties came out in droves to support the premiere of Taylor Swift’s documentary, “Miss Americana.”
Fans of the 30-year-old pop star lined up hours before it’s Sundance Film Festival premiere Thursday night. Though they wouldn’t gain access — the screening was sold out entirely — the Swifties hoped to capture photos with the “Lover” songstress herself.
“There were a few hundred people attempting to get in,” an eyewitness told Page Six, “but it was controlled.”
Ahead of the screening, a press release announced there would only be a photo call instead of a full red carpet with interviews. Swift said in her Variety cover story released earlier this week, which also revealed her mother’s brain tumor diagnosis, that she wouldn’t talk about “Miss Americana” beyond her interview with the trade publication.
Swift’s documentary premieres on Netflix on Jan. 31.
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