AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift took fans to her country era during her "Reputation Stadium Tour" stop at Ford Field in Detroit on Tuesday night, August 28. The pop superstar delivered a rendition of "Jump Then Fall", which is included on the re-release of "Fearless", for the first time in eight years.
"This tour is the most fun I've ever had in my whole life," she told the audience before starting her performance. "And one of the things that's been so fun about it is I've been getting to have a moment with you guys of just me and a guitar and you... I've been doing different songs than I ever usually do, some I haven't played in a really long time."
Rocking a dark purple bodysuit and a flower-patterned green jacket, Taylor then started strumming her green acoustic guitar while rhyming to the lyrics of the summery song. During her set, she also noted that she never played the song on acoustic live before, but "if I'm wrong about that, I'm sure the internet will remind me later."
It turned out she was really wrong. The "Blank Space" songstress once performed the song during her appearance on "Dancing with the Stars" back in 2010.
Elsewhere at her Detroit show, Taylor paid tribute to the late Aretha Franklin before performing her third song, "Delicate". Asking the staff to lower the lights at the venue, she said of the late Queen of Soul, "She was one of those people where no matter what you said, no matter what glowing positive thing you could say about her, it would be an understatement."
"Words could never, ever describe how many things she did in her lifetime that made the world a better place, and this is her home," she continued. "I would like it if we could have a moment of silence so every single one of us could reflect on our love and respect for her and everything that she did in her life."