As she began her Latin American Eras Tour on Thursday, the pop queen performed 'Midnights' live for the first time. Taylor Swift debuted a love song on the Eras Tour.
Pop singer, 33, debuted her Midnights song “Labyrinth” live for the first time on Thursday night during the opening night of her Latin American Eras Tour in Argentina.
Fan-recorded videos show the Grammy winner's passionate performance of the love song in Buenos Aires' Estadio River Plate.
As part of her rotating “surprise songs” set, the “Karma” singer delivered a beautiful, stripped-down ballad from the piano in a dazzling blue gown.
The singer-songwriter said, “Uh oh, I'm falling in love / Oh no, I'm falling in love again / Oh, I'm falling in love / I thought the plane was going down / How'd you turn it right around,” throughout the
In close-up footage of the hitmaker performing “Labyrinth,” she smiled and appeared relaxed.
At the end of the song, the pop star's voice reached new heights while repeating the emotional chorus, and the audience seemed to feel her excitement by clapping and cheering.
Due to her current relationship with Travis Kelce, Swifties believe she added the 2022 tune to her extensive set list.