Panic at the Disco! frontman Brendon Urie makes an appearance in the trailer for Taylor Swift's upcoming Netflix documentary, Miss Americana. The film premieres on the streaming service Jan. 31.

The cameo should come as no surprise to fans of both entertainers. After all, the pair teamed up on last year's "Me!," the lead single from Swift's seventh studio album, Lover. But just in case Panic! fans weren't paying attention, the band reminded viewers when the clip dropped Wednesday (Jan. 22).

Watch the trailer down toward the bottom of this post.

Indeed, Urie's 2019 collaboration with Swift is what engendered the Panic! at the Disco bandleader's appearance in the preview in the first place. At just over halfway through the Miss Americana trailer, the two appear excitedly working on the lyrics to the tune while lounging in a recording studio.

But perhaps the biggest shock in the movie preview comes just after that moment when Swift drops an F-bomb. Known for her more straight-laced demeanor in the public eye, the expletive could represent the pop star's personal growth after facing some recent battles in the music industry. Elsewhere in the trailer, Swift speaks about learning to trust herself and identifying her true morals after others in the industry flouted her talent.

"I had to deconstruct an entire belief system, toss it out and reject it," she says at another point in the clip. "It woke me up from constantly feeling like I was fighting for people's respect."

Taylor Swift, Miss Americana Official Trailer

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