jakub | May 19, 2024

Watch Taylor Swift perform ‘How Did It End?’ for the first time ever in Stockholm


Taylor Swift has performed ‘How Did It End?’ for the first time ever at her show in Stockholm, Sweden – watch it below.

For the singer’s final show in Stockholm, Sweden at the Friends Arena, Swift gave ‘How Did It End?’ its live debut during her surprise section of the show.

In the ninth act of her ‘Eras’ tour, Swift often plays two surprise songs – so far, she’s kicked off her European leg with eight live debuts in one show as well as classics ‘Hey Stephen’ and ‘Maroon’ during her Paris date.

Swift, who is currently touring with Paramore as a support act, delighted fans by playing ‘How Did It End?’ for the first time. The song originally appears on the second half of her double album, ‘The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology’.

Watch her sing the song below:

Taylor Swift’s Paris gig recently attracted controversy thanks to gig-goers who brought their baby to the show and apparently left it on the floor.

The incident took place on May 10 at Paris’ La Défense Arena, where a baby was photographed on the floor of the pit. The image went viral, as the child was seen lying on the floor, surrounded by adults, beer cups and bags of merchandise from the show.

The arena has since responded, saying “alternative seating was proposed but refused”.

Swift will continue to play shows across Europe, and will be heading to the UK and Ireland in June. This will include eight shows at Wembley Stadium in London this summer as part of the run, with support coming from Paramore.

Her concerts are expected to boost the UK economy by a reported £1billion. Though most of the money will most likely go on accommodation, tickets, transport and merchandise, it is estimated that one in five of the 1.1million ticketholders for the singer’s 15 UK dates across June and August will purchase new outfits specifically for the concerts.

In other news, Travis Kelce’s teammate has quoted Taylor Swift while criticising working women and Pride.





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