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In Wonder, Shawn Mendes bares it all in new Netflix documentary

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With the roll of cameras, Shawn Mendes is revealing who he really is in his new Netflix documentary “In Wonder“.

In a trailer launched on Tuesday, the Canadian singer, 22, strips down and sleeps within the shower as he describes how he started off as an artist.

‘Is the net factor that it all began the painstaking of the guards? ‘The voice nods off-camera, as Mendes nods badly’.

‘You come on stage for the first time and the ego comes in.” “I’m just a man and I really like music. To give time.’

The documentary, which is scheduled to be launched on November 23 on the streaming platform, takes Mendes on his earliest tour, as he travelled to North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. The TIFF Special Occasions Prefer option footage of its formal years as he ploughs tenderly on his personal “journey towards self-discovery”.

He says, ‘This is not the story of a famous musician.’ ‘It’s a story about a pair of people rising up.’

The launch of the trailer comes on the heels of the discharge of “Marvel”, the title overview of Mendes’ upcoming album, to be launched on December 4 via Island Data.

He said, ‘If I feel that I inform the world that I am only a regular human, then I like it.’ ‘Are they gonna struggle, like, coming to exhibitions?’

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