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Taylor Swift: everything that changed on The Eras Tour after the release of new album

The singer performed her first show after the release of ‘The Tortured Poets Department’ this Thursday, 9

Taylor Swift returned to performing shows The Eras Tour this Thursday, 9th, in Paris. The singer had taken a break in March, and in April, she released a new album. As a result, she needed to change the repertoire of her performances to include a new era. Check out everything that changed with the launch of The Tortured Poets Department.

Introduction

During the show’s introduction, Swift names all your albums. She added a video of herself singing the title track from The Tortured Poets Department. She also added the lyrics “What if I told you I’m back?”, included in “The Alchemy”, from the new album.

@repudaytion THE NEW INTRO HAS TTPD IN IT!! #taylorswift#pariststheerastour#alexday#repudaytion#paris @Lysss117 ♬ original sound – Alex Day 🐍

Costumes

During “The Man”, by Lover (2019), she wore an orange bodysuit with matching shoes and a blazer. All clothes were from Versace. In the era Fearless, she debuted a black and silver fringed dress. During her performance of “22”, she wore a t-shirt that said: “This is not Taylor’s Version”.

@alwx_ck 22 hat paris ❤️ #taylorswift#erastour#night1#paris#22#hat♬ son original – alexandra🍒

In the era Folklore, Taylor wore a yellow dress, Alberta Ferrettiwhile in 1989, she wore a pink and green two-piece look. The look reminded me of Ariel, from The Little Mermaidreleased in 1989. In Reputationthe clothes remained the same.

@thomas.mtn The new 1989 outfit ✨ #pariststheerastour#taylorswift#paris#frontrow#erastour#erastourparis#fyp♬ son original – Thomas Montaigne

Setlist

With a new era, Swift had to change the setlist. Wearing a white dress and a watch necklace, similar to the one she wore in Grammy this year, Taylor highlighted “Down Bad,” “Fortnight” and “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?”. “So High School” was also added in a song transition.

@thelifeofronie WHOS AFRAID OF LITTLE OLD ME PARIS NIGHT 1

For songs to enter the setlist, some had to leave. “The Archer”, “Long Live”, “The Last Great American Dynasty” and “Tolerate It” are some of the songs that were left out. Check out the setlist for last Thursday’s show:

Intro
(Fearless, End Game, Speak Now, evermore, gold rush, Red, Lavender Haze, Lover, TTPD, Bejeweled)

Lover
Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince
Cruel Summer
The Man
You Need to Calm Down
Lover

Fearless
Fearless
You Belong With Me
Love Story

Red
Red – Intro (featuring elements from “State of Grace”, “Holy Ground”, and “Red”)
22
We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
I Knew You Were Trouble
All Too Well

Speak Now
Speak Now – Intro (with elements from”Castles Crumbling”)
Enchanted

reputation
…Ready for It?
Delicate
Don’t Blame Me
Look What You Made Me Do

folklore/evermore
cardigan
Betty
champagne problems
August
illicit affairs
my tears ricochet
marjorie
willow

1989
style
Blank Space
Shake It Off
Wildest Dreams
Bad Blood

The Tortured Poets Department
Female Rage: The Musical (featuring elements of “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys”, “WAfoLOM?”, “loml”, “So Long,London” and “BDILH”)
But Daddy I Love Him / So High School
Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?
Down Bad
Fortnight
The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived
I Can Do It With a Broken Heart

Surprise songs
Paris
lol

Midnights
Lavender Haze
Anti-Hero
Midnight Rain
Watcher Shit
Bejeweled
Mastermind
Karma

Order of the ages

In the past, the era Folklore followed the Redbut in Paris, Speak Now came after “All Too Well”. Now the ages Folklore It is Evermore are combined into a single set. The next shows must follow the following order: Lover, Fearless, Red, Speak Now, Reputation, Folklore It is Evermore, 1989, The Tortured Poets Departmentacoustic set and Midnights.

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Source: Rollingstone

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