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Aww, Taylor Swift Tells Joe Alwyn She Loves Him In Her 'Miss Americana' Documentary

He! Is! All! Up! In! This!
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The day we've been waiting for has arrived. Taylor Swift’s new Netflix documentary Miss Americana is finally here! And if you're wondering if we’d finally get an inside look at her relationship with Joe Alwyn, the answer is yes.

There are two major Joe moments in the documentary—in one, Taylor sings to him "Call It What You Want," and as he sings along in the background, we see her mouth, "I love you." Truly, I’ll give you a moment, because it’s a lot of cute vibes to handle.

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And then in another scene, we actually see the man himself when Taylor runs offstage after a Reputation tour performance and basically leaps into Joe’s arms:

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Taylor also talked a bit about her personal life without actually *mentioning* Joe by name, saying she’s not ready to start a family yet (or at least she wasn’t when this doc was filmed): "There’s part of me that feels like I’m 57 years old, but there’s part of me that’s definitely not ready to have kids and definitely not ready for all that grown-up stuff. I kind of don’t really have the luxury of figuring stuff out, though, because my life is planned two years ahead of time. Literally, in two months, they’ll come at me with dates for the next tour."

She also spoke about life before Joe, saying, "I didn’t have a partner [who] I climbed [that mountain] with that I could high-five. I didn’t have anyone I could talk to that could relate to it. I had my mom, but I just wondered… Shouldn’t there be someone I could call right now?"

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After starting to date Joe amid a ton of public drama, she said they "decided together" to keep their relationship private: "Even though it was [a] really horrible [time], I was happy. But I wasn’t happy in the way I was trained to be happy. It was happiness without anyone else’s input. We were just… happy."

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Just gonna be a huge nerd and *insert lots of heart-eye emojis* here.

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This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.