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Taylor Swift Performs 2 New Mashups for the First Time During Eras Tour Show in Dublin

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Taylor Swift Performs 2 New Mashups for the First Time During Eras Tour Show in Dublin

Taylor Swift is keeping things fresh!

During the singer’s most recent Eras Tour show at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland, on Friday, June 28, Swift, 34, performed two new mashups as part of the surprise songs portion of her tour.
Taylor Swift Performs 2 New Mashups for the First Time During Eras Tour Show in Dublin

She first performed a mashup of Red’s “State of Grace” and Midnights’ “You’re On Your Own Kid.” The performance marked the first time that Swift has played the latter tune on the guitar.

Swift then took part in a medley that combined Midnights’ “Sweet Nothing” and Folklore’s “Hoax.” She had never performed the 2020 tune before.

During the surprise songs portion, Swift plays numerous fan-favorite songs that span her illustrious discography.

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Taylor Swift’s Backup Dancer Gives NSFW Shoutout in Irish During Dublin Eras Tour Show: Watch

Elsewhere at the concert, Swift wore an outfit featuring the colors of Ireland’s flag when she sported a bejeweled orange cropped top and a similarly shimmery ombre green skirt during the 1989 portion of her set.

Earlier, while performing the track “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” off of her Red album, Swift’s backup dancer Kameron Saunders gave a playful nod to the country hosting them. He screamed “póg mo thóin,” which translates in English from Irish to “kiss my ass,” during one part of the song.

The dancer is known for saying the original lyric, “like, ever,” in the native language of where the performance is taking place. Recently, he has changed up his shoutouts, however, including during Swift’s recent string of shows in Liverpool, England.

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