From Taylor Swift’s Miss Americana To Justin Bieber’s Seasons: 8 Pop Star Documentaries To Watch

10 March 2020, 15:37 | Updated: 16 December 2020, 14:55

There's some pretty incredible ones out there!
There's some pretty incredible ones out there! Picture: NETFLIX

From Taylor Swift’s 'Miss Americana' to Justin Bieber’s 'Seasons', here's 5 pop star documentaries to keep you entertained while you work from home.

Coronavirus has kept millions of us working from home which, let’s be honest, can be pretty boring when you’re used to spending every day in a busy office.

However, there's been a recent flood of incredible pop star documentaries released on streaming sites to banish the boredom and help us get to know our favourite artists including Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift and Shawn Mendes better.

So here’s 5 pop star documentaries to keep you entertained…

Taylor Swift's Joke About Her 'Slappable Face' In Miss Americana Documentary Breaks Fans' Hearts

Excuse Me, I Love You (2020)

It's the tour documentary everyone is waiting for after hearing Netflix and Youtube were locked in a bidding war for Ariana Grande's 2019 Sweetener World Tour film, Excuse Me, I Love You, which arrives on December 21st.

Netflix eventually won, having forked out millions for the honour, and the doc will follow Ariana on her mammoth 101 date tour across North America and Europe, with the actual show performances focussed on a London concert.

How can I watch it? Netflix

Miss Americana 2020

Taylor Swift’s 2020 'Miss Americana' documentary gives fans a glimpse into her crazy life and features backstage and onstage concert footage from the ‘Reputation’ era.

We also get to see the creation of her latest album ‘Lover’ happen, watch her clap back at negative media coverage and get vocal about politics.

How can I watch it? Netflix.

Blackpink: Light Up the Sky

Another 2020 addition to Netflix's extensive pop star doc genre, Blackpink's flick tells the story of South Korean girl group, their rise to fame, global stardom and their journey to being the first ever K-pop group to play at Coachella in 2019.

It's a seriously interesting watch and hugely informative on way the K-pop industry works, intensely training young hopefuls for years before debuting them in bands to the music industry and world.

How can I watch it? Netflix

Gaga: Five Foot Two

Lady Gaga promised viewers ‘unfiltered, behind-the-scenes access to a year in her life, and that’s what we got in ‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’.

The documentary ‘introduces the woman behind the performer, the costumes, the glitz and the glamour’ and chronicles the events around the production of her fifth studio album ‘Joanne’ and her halftime performance at Super Bowl LI.

How can I watch it? Netflix.

Katy Perry: Part Of Me

Released in 2012, ‘Katy Perry: Part of Me’ follows the pop star on her 124-date sold-out California Dreams tour and features interviews with family members and friends.

We also see the breakdown of her marriage to Russel Brand, which is pretty heartbreaking to watch. Russell filed for divorce while she was still on the tour, just 14 months after they tied the knot.

In one scene filmed shortly after their split, Katy says: “I’m a romantic and I believe in the whole fairytale.

“Love is a dream but the reality is making it work. I did everything I could - but its still failed.”

How can I watch it? Amazon Prime.

Justin Bieber: Seasons

Justin released ‘Seasons’ on January 27th, which features 10 episodes.

The documentary series gives fans an intimate look at how he creates his music, the story behind his clothing line Drew House and his relationship with wife Hailey Baldwin.

How can I watch it? YouTube.

Shawn Mendes: In Wonder

The pop star documentaries came thick and fast in 2020, thankfully, as we've never spent so much time at home and with any luck, we can try to remember what going to a concert is like through our TV screen.

Shawn's arrived in November which followed him on his 2018 world tour, spending time with his family, creating his fourth album and what everyone was looking for- his love story blossoming with Camila Cabello.

How can I watch it? Netflix

One Direction: This Is Us

We obviously couldn’t leave this one off the list! ‘One Direction: This Is Us’ was released in 2013 as a 3-D documentary concert film and features many clips and songs from everybody’s favourite boyband.

We also get an insight into the preparation for the concerts and a real feel for what it’s like to be 1D.

How can I watch it? Amazon Prime.

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