Taylor Swift releases ‘1989 World Tour Live’ concert film – watch clips

Film is streaming via Apple Music

Taylor Swift has released a live concert film based around her recent ‘1989’ world tour.

‘1989 World Tour Live’ was directed by acclaimed filmmaker Jonas Akerlund and documents Swift’s seven-month tour during 2015. The film was released on Sunday (December 20), streaming via Apple Music.

Clips from the film have also been released via social media, including one of the star performing ‘Wildest Dreams’ live and another of Swift with her pet cats. See below.

The Cats

They didn’t sing, dance or perform. But The 1989 World Tour wouldn’t have been the same without them…. #1989WorldTourLIVE is now on Apple Music http://smarturl.it/1989TourLIVE

Posted by Taylor Swift on Sunday, 20 December 2015

Meanwhile, Taylor Swift was spoofed by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on US comedy show Saturday Night Live over the weekend.

Swift was also recently labelled an “obnoxious Nazi Barbie” by leading feminist Camille Paglia.

Paglia said of Swift: “Girl squads can help women advance if they avoid presenting a silly, regressive public image — as in the tittering, tongues-out mugging of Swift’s bear-hugging posse. Swift herself should retire that obnoxious Nazi Barbie routine of wheeling out friends and celebrities as performance props”.