Taylor Swift gave a present to her fans on her own birthday. The singer revealed that Swifties can relive her recent tour when the “1989 World Tour Live” concert movie hits the internet Dec. 20.

Swift, who turned 26 Sunday, tweeted the big news. She told followers she had “a little surprise” for them and attached the trailer.

“I wonder what it would be like to perform for 70,000 people,” she says in the trailer. “I wonder what it would look like if they were all lit up and just dancing around like no one was watching them. I wonder what would happen if I invited the most amazing artists in the world to come out with me and perform on my stage. Would they do it? I wonder what it would be like to get so lost in it every night and never want it to end.”

The video shows the “Wildest Dreams” singer talking about her ideas for the tour, short clips from her performances and, of course, her celebrity guests, including Mick Jagger, Selena Gomez, Fetty Wap, Miranda Lambert and Justin Timberlake. It looks like cameras followed her through several different dates and cities. Fetty Wap appeared at Swift’s Seattle show, Timberlake and Gomez were guests in Los Angeles, Jagger sang with her in Nashville and Lambert visited in North Carolina.

Unfortunately, only Swift fans with Apple Music accounts will be able to watch the special. The movie will be exclusive to streaming service.

Swift just recently wrapped up the "1989" world tour in Australia after seven months of touring. “This has been the most incredible adventure,” Swift wrote on Instagram Friday. “Thank you for all of it.”