Explaining the numerous snake props on the stage, the 'Delicate' singer says it has something to do with their long-running feud.

AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift officially kicked off her "Reputation" tour at University Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on May 8. And while the "Delicate" songstress has ended her feud with Katy Perry, it appears she is still beefing with Kim Kardashian as she called the latter out in the middle of the show.

The stage for her show that night was filled with giant golden anacondas that appeared to be writhing as well as large vipers that towered over the concertgoers. Explaining why there were a lot of snake props on the stage, Taylor said, "You might be wondering why there are so many snakes... well a few years ago someone called me a snake on social media."

For those who don't keep up with the long-running feud between the superstars, here's what happened. Kim posted on Snapchat a recording of Taylor and Kanye West discussing his controversial song "Famous", which found him calling Taylor a "b***h." While Taylor said she never approved of her lyrics, the video showed her agreeing to it. After posting the recording, Kim tweeted, "Wait, it's legit National Snake Day?!?!?! They have holidays for everybody, I mean everything these days!"

Their feud aside, Taylor gave her fans a night to remember at the first show of her highly-anticipated world tour. She belted out songs from her new album as well as some of her greatest hits, including "You Belong With Me", "Bad Blood" and "Blank Space".

During her performance of "Shake It Off", she was joined by her opening acts Camila Cabello and Charli XCX. In a fan-captured video, the three singers could be seen walking around the stage while belting out the song and dancing.

But Taylor wasn't the only one on the spotlight at the show. During Charli's opening performance, she delivered a new song which was reportedly called "5 in the Morning". She told the crowd just before her performance, "This is a brand new song. I've never played it before, ever."

Taylor is scheduled to conclude her tour on November 21 in Tokyo, Japan.

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