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Taylor Swift Debuts ‘Guilty as Sin?,’ ‘1989’ Mashup in Sweden: Watch

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Musician took to the piano for “Say Don’t Go,” “Welcome to New York,” and “Clean” during her second night in Stockholm

Taylor Swift marked her 89th show on the Eras Tour in Stockholm, Sweden at Friends Arena on Saturday, and as Swifties could expect, she threw in some surprises. The show was her second performance of her three-night stint in Sweden.

During her surprise song section, which typically includes two songs, she marked the landmark occasion by giving the audience a taste of four songs from her vast repertoire, as fan footage from the set reveals.

She started by debuting “Guilty as Sin?” from The Tortured Poets Department live for the first time. “Welcome to the acoustic session. So, all night I’ve been noticing how absolutely wild this back section of the crowd is,” she said, gesturing to the area. “Just wanted to say that to you because this night, when we’re doing a concert like this, it just doesn’t, it doesn’t feel like we’re even exerting any energy, because you just fuel us the entire night.

“Thank you for being this kind of crowd. You know it just, it makes me want to play one of my favorite songs from Tortured Poets that I’ve never played live before,” she added prior to launching into the song on acoustic guitar.

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Following the live premiere of “Guilty as Sin?” she dropped a triple surprise for the crowd. “It’s crazy because it really does feel like the beginning of the tour,” Swift remarked while she sat at a piano. “But this is actually our 89th show” she added before delivering a perfectly melded mashup of 1989 vault song “Say Don’t Go,” plus 1989’s  “Welcome to New York,” and “Clean.”

Swift is winding her way through Europe with her tweaked Eras Tour, which includes a brand-new section dedicated to her new album, The Tortured Poets Department. She initially launched the TTPD revamp during her four-night Paris run earlier this month. Following her third and final Eras date in Stockholm, she heads to Lisbon, Portugal for a two-night stand on May 24 and 25 before continuing on through her Europe and U.K. leg of the tour through August.

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