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Taylor Swift reveals eating disorder in Netflix documentary

BBC News Friday, 24 January 2020
The star felt she would "pass out" during shows after developing an unhealthy relationship with food.
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Taylor Swift Opens up About Past Eating Disorder In ‘Taylor Swift: Miss Americana,’ the pop star reveals that the paparazzi’s scrutiny led to her developing an “unhealthy” relationship with food. Taylor Swift, via ‘Taylor Swift: Miss Americana’ The Netflix documentary premiered at the...

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