Swifties hate Australia Eras Tour shock music mashups

Outraged Taylor Swift followers have referred to as out Australia on-line for particular remedy from the pop famous person, with a few of her hottest songs getting unique mashups on her Eras Tour Down Below.

On Sunday evening in Sydney, Swift carried out an unique mashup of her two songs Haunted and Exile to roaring applause and hundreds of thousands of views on-line.

That is the second time she’s carried out Exile throughout her live performance tour, with Swift telling Australian audiences that she’d begin repeating a number of the distinctive “shock” songs that she’d performed every evening.

“Australia has received the Eras Tour,” one commenter wrote on TikTok to 19,000 likes.

Throughout her shock music section of the tour, Swift can put on quite a lot of totally different colored attire – and Swifties seen the musician usually wore her yellow costume on nights the place she dropped a shock mashup.

“It’s all the time on the scene of the crime,” one remark mentioned.

Swifties who had heard Haunted or Exile earlier than Sunday evening had been upset that their shock music was performed once more – however Swift advised a Melbourne crowd that shock songs would now not be unique to at least one present.

“I need to be as artistic as doable with the acoustic set shifting ahead and I don’t need to restrict something or say, ‘Oh, if I performed this music, I can’t play it once more’,” she mentioned.

“I need to have the ability to play songs greater than as soon as if I really feel prefer it and I need to have the ability to make modifications to songs.”

Reactions to those performances have ranged from envious to outraged. Many followers had been upset that they missed out on an opportunity to listen to one in all their favorite songs in particular person a second time, whereas others had been offended {that a} music they’d heard stay was now not unique to their present.

“We’re dwelling in a world the place Taylor Swift has a favorite baby, and it’s positively Australia,” one X/Twitter person mentioned.

One other listed Swift’s shock music mashup as one in all a number of “Issues attempting to kill you in Australia”.

In the meantime, others branded Australia as “#1 Public Enemy”, with one person writing, “I hate Australia, I hate Aussies, f**okay you all!!!”

“I can’t learn something,” one Australian person responded. “I’m presently recovering from ‘Is It Over Now’, ‘I Want You Would’, ‘Exile’ and ‘Haunted’. We love you too.”

Followers are predicting Swift’s closing present in Australia can be one other envious mashup of two not often heard songs, ending her two-week tour within the nation with a bang.

Every of Swift’s exhibits have packed the MCG and Accor Stadium with tens of 1000’s of followers, with Swift calling the power of the group “uncharted territory”.

“This seems like a hallucination I’m having,” she mentioned.

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