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Binge-Worthy Buzz: Let’s Talk Celeb Documentaries

Binge-Worthy Buzz: Let’s Talk Celeb Documentaries

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Hello, honeybees, and welcome to another edition of Binge-Worthy Buzz, our series where we recommend you some new stuff to watch because we all love some binge-watching time. This time, we chose to highlight some celeb documentaries we love and know you will too. Let’s get to it!

How Did We Get Here? (Jacksepticeye)

One of the world’s most famous YouTubers, Jacksepticeye, just released a documentary telling fans a bit more about his life and career. Filmed just before the YouTuber embarks on his first world tour, How Did We Get Here? is a reflection on his journey up until now, through the highs and lows of living in the age of the internet. The documentary is available on all major VOD platforms to rent or own.

Sheryl (Sheryl Crow)

Sheryl technically won’t be available for a while (until May 5, to be exact, when it’ll premiere on Showtime), but it did just premiere on SXSW earlier this month and we’ve only heard positive things about it. In the movie, we’ll see present-day Sheryl Crow interviews, behind-the-scenes footage from the last 20 years of her career, and some talks with some of her closest friends and allies in the industry.

Miss Americana (Taylor Swift)

Taylor Swift has always been an iconic figure in the music industry, but seeing a more personal side of her in Netflix’s Miss Americana just made us love her even more. It’s truly amazing to watch this movie and see how much more confident Taylor is now than she was for so many years of her career.

Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé (Beyoncé)

Homecoming is one of the few times Beyoncé shared some of her private life while preparing for her epic Coachella performance after the birth of her twins. If you haven’t already, do yourself a favor and head over to Netflix to watch this masterpiece about our Queen Bey.

Amy (Amy Winehouse)

If you know music, you know Amy Winehouse. And if you know Amy Winehouse, you know she was a musical genius and that she had a bit of a troubled life. Amy brings us a closer look into the pop star’s life. The documentary is available on Amazon Prime.

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The World’s a Little Blurry (Billie Eilish)

Over at Apple TV, we have The World’s A Little Blurry, a documentary following Billie Eilish’s rise to fame at the age of only 19. With this movie, fans get a deeper insight into Billie’s blurry world beyond what we see on social media.

And these were some of our favorite celeb documentaries. Which one is your favorite? Tweet us @thehoneypop and tell us your answer! We’re also on Facebook and Instagram.

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