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Meet Lana Wilson, the Director of Taylor Swift's Netflix Doc 'Miss Americana'

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Taylor Swift fans first learned of her documentary, Miss Americana, when the singer revealed that it likely could not happen because of Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta. Back in November 2019, it was announced that Taylor would be getting the Artist of the Decade Award at the AMAs. It was expected that the singer would perform a medley of her greatest hits, but Taylor soon explained in a Tumblr post that Scooter and Scott were not going to let this happen.

As many know, Scooter Braun acquired Big Machine Records and a partnership with Scott Borchetta, who Taylor was signed with until 2018. Under this new partnership, Taylor did not have access or ownership to the songs she had recorded before this point. She explained that Scott and Scooter were exhibiting "tyrannical control" over her catalog of work that was preventing her as an artist from owning her own words.