New York Daily News
Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour might be nearly impossible to get tickets for, but fans could soon get their chance to see the event of the decade in a new documentary.
The Grammy winner, 33, is thought to possibly have a documentary in the works, which could explain the camera crews that have been at nearly all her stops on the tour thus far, TMZ reports.
The “Anti-Hero” singer has reportedly not yet confirmed an intention for the cameras.
In 2020, she released her “Miss Americana” documentary on Netflix, which followed Swift over the course of several years and revealed intimate details of her life while showcasing onstage concert footage and behind-the-scenes clips.
Swift has previously released documentaries of her other concerts, including 2015′s 1989 World Tour, 2018′s Reputation Stadium Tour, and 2020′s City of Lover, a one-off performance filmed in Paris.
But The Eras Tour is by far Swift’s biggest of her career, and could potentially make her the first artist ever to gross $1 billion for a single tour.
And she’s not forgetting about the people who are helping her reach that record-breaking number. Earlier this week, TMZ reported Swift paid a total of $55 million in bonuses to every member of the Eras crew, including $100,000 to each truck driver hauling her equipment around the country.
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