Taylor Swift Plays More Mashups as Surprise Songs During the First Singapore Eras Tour Show.  

Swift had performed a duet medley of "White Horse" and "Coney Island" with Sabrina Carpenter in Sydney.  

Taylor Swift wowed fans with another round of unusual mashup songs this weekend.  

On Saturday, the 34-year-old "Mastermind" singer started her Eras Tour in Singapore, performing two surprise mashups of her classics from her albums at the Singapore National Stadium in Kallang.  

During her acoustic set, Swift sang a mashup of "Mine" from her Speak Now album and "Starlight" from her Red album, as seen in a video released on X (previously known as Twitter).  

In another video shared on X, she performed a sultrier mashup of "I Don't Want to Live Forever" from Fifty Shades Darker  

which she initially sang with Zayn Malik, and "Dress" from her Reputation album.  

Swift has started doing more mashups as her tour continues. While performing in Sydney, she played a mix of her 2017 single "New Year's Day," 2020 songs "Peace" and "Should've Said No," and 2008 smash "You're Not Sorry.  

" She even performed a duet medley of "White Horse" and "Coney Island" with Sabrina Carpenter after the latter's debut show was canceled due to inclement weather.  

During the tour, Swift is planning to release her 11th studio album (excluding Taylor's Version albums), The Tortured Poets Society.  

"The Albatross" in Sydney and "The Bolter" in Melbourne, with each newly named song serving as a bonus track on their respective editions.  

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