Taylor Swift's Christmas gift for you is here. Well, if you're an Apple Music subscriber, at least. The pop star's world tour documentary for her massive hit album 1989 is now available to stream.
As Swift herself announced earlier this week, the special is exclusively available on Apple's streaming music service. The documentary is directed by Jonas Akerlund, who also helmed On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z. If you're looking for some diversity, it's not just two hours of Taylor Swift — it features performances from Selena Gomez, John Legend, Fetty Wap, and others. The 1989 World Tour has been running since this May, and it came to a close just a week ago.
The partnership between Apple and Swift shows just how far the two have come since the mega-star published an open letter criticizing the company's royalty policies during its three-month trial period. Both sides quickly made up, and now they're all making lots of money together. 1989 itself has been streaming on Apple music since June.