Taylor Swift announces huge rule CHANGE for her Sydney concerts


Taylor Swift made a shock on stage announcement in Melbourne on Sunday evening, revealing a huge change for her upcoming Sydney shows .

The Change

The global megastar, 34, told the packed crowd she was revising her rule of never performing the same acoustic ‘Surprise Song’ more than once on her Eras Tour.

‘I want to be as creative as possible with the acoustic set moving forward and I don’t want to limit anything or say, “If I played this song, I can’t play it again”,’ Swift began.

‘So, from now on, I don’t want to take any paint colours out of the paintbox or tools out of the toolbox. 

‘I want to be able to play songs more than once if I feel like it and I want to be able to make changes to songs. Does that sound OK?’ she added. 

Crowd Applaud The Rule

Swift’s suggestion was met with huge applause from the roaring crowd.

Some of the acoustic Surprise Songs she has previously performed on her latest tour include Daylight, Red and Teardrops on my Guitar.

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It comes as fans from around the world were left outraged by Australia‘s perceived special treatment during the star’s Eras Tour.

Swift Surprised Her Fans

International Swifties vented on social media after Swift treated Melbourne fans to an extra special surprise song in the form of a mashup of her tracks Getaway Car, The Other Side of the Door and August.

‘WHAT POSSESSED HER TO DO THIS?’ exclaimed one fan on Twitter.

Another shared a meme of a stone-faced NFL player during a tickertape parade, along with the caption ‘The rest of the world watching Melbourne getting getaway car x august x the other side of the door mashup.’

Fans at Taylor’s first Melbourne Cricket Ground concert were also treated to a world-first announcement by the songstress that the special edition of The Tortured Poets Department would feature a new song called The Bolter.

With three shows slated for Melbourne this weekend, thousands of fans who missed out on tickets gathered outside the MCG singing and dancing to Swift’s hits.

The international trend has garnered the term ‘Taylor-gating,’ despite warnings from the MCG urging fans to only attend the venue if they have ticketholders. 

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