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Taylor Swift mashes up 'Crazier' from 'Hannah Montana' with this 'Lover' song in Scotland


For the first time on the Eras Tour, Taylor Swift played her surprise acoustic set for three nights in the Scotland sun's afterglow.

The late sunsets and stadium's open roof allowed the singer to perform at twilight.

"This is a song I've never sang live on the acoustic set," she said on the final night in Edinburgh before strumming "It's Nice to Have a Friend" from "Lover" on her guitar and incorporating "Dorothea" from "Evermore."

"Because it's the Eras Tour, I'm trying to take us back throughout the albums so I'm trying to hit as many of them as I possibly can," Swift said as she sat down at the piano to perform "Haunted" from "Speak Now (Taylor's Version)."

Swift then interweaved "Exile" from "Folklore" before diving into the stage.

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Taylor Swift plays 'Hannah Montana' throwback 'Crazier'

On night two during "The Tortured Poets Department" set, the singer wore black gloves. While fans debated on livestream chats if it was an Easter egg or intentional, the arena held at a chilly 51 degrees. The gloves came off during Swift's costume change after "I Can Do It With a Broken Heart" and before the acoustic set.

In her bright orange dress, Swift mashed up "The Bolter" from "The Tortured Poets Department" with "Getaway Car" from "Reputation" on the guitar.

On the piano, she mashed up "All of the Girls You Loved Before" from "Lover" with "Crazier" from "Hannah Montana: The Movie - Soundtrack."

"You might not know this song," Swift said before diving into her 2009 song, to which the crowd sang along.

Taylor Swift pauses acoustic set in Scotland to check on fan

"I can do this all night" is not the name of one of Swift's vault songs or new "Tortured Poets" tracks, but the Eras Tour star did say this when she paused her acoustic set on night one in Scotland to make sure a fan was OK.

When workers got to the Swiftie, the singer finished her mashup of "Would've, Could've, Should've" from "Midnights" with "I Know Places" from "1989 (Taylor's Version)."

On the piano, Swift mixed "'Tis The Damn Season" from "Evermore," cut from the setlist in May, with "Daylight" from "Lover."

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