The ~ world-exclusive premiere ~ of Taylor Swift‘s new documentary is hitting Eleven tonight at 7:30pm.

Taylor Swift – Road to Reputation has the artist personally talk us through her career and current worldwide tour – 53 shows across 36 cities. Considering the title of the tour and documentary, I’m going to go ahead and say we might just cop some insight into Swift’s thought process post messy snake drama.

Love her, hate her, whatever’s in-between you gotta admit the woman knows what she’s doing. Not many people can take a bloody cocked up public image and turn it into a goddamn successful album.

Swift, and her ginormous stadium shows, will be taking over your feeds come October 19. The 28-year-old will kick things off in Perth before hitting the usual suspects AKA Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane and then Auckland, New Zealand on November 9. 

Locked in to join Swift on stage in Australia is best mate Charli XCX and Kiwi duo Broods. Although, if you’re familiar with T-Swift concerts you’ll know she randomly likes to invite stars on stage for a surprise performance like it’s no big deal.

Already, there’s been Selena Gomez (of course), Troye Sivan, Shawn Mendes, Haley Kiyoko, Camila Cabello, and even Robbie Williams rocked up one night.

My gut feeling is telling me some sort of rendition of ‘Horses’ will most likely happen when Swift touches down in Australia.

Just for a visual representation of ‘ginormous stadium show’ here’s a lewksy at Swift in Atlanta with 116,000 people in the crowd.

The world-exclusive premiere of Taylor Swift – Road to Reputation airs 7:30 Friday on Eleven and just a couple of hours later, an encore will air at 10:30pm on Network Ten. Although, if you plan on having a wild one tonight then you can catch the second encore at 11:30am Saturday on Eleven.

The Loop will also have a ~ Taylor Swift Hour of Power ~ 10:30am Saturday, on Eleven.

In the chance tickets are still available for any of the below shows then you can find them on Live Nation, HERE

19 October, Perth, Optus Stadium
26 October, Melbourne, Marvel Stadium
2 November, Sydney, ANZ Stadium
6 November, Brisbane, The Gabba

Have a good one, folks.

Image: Getty Images /Alexander Tamargo