Taylor Swift Delights Fans by Performing 'Hannah Montana' Song for First Time as Part of Mashup
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The 'Mean' hitmaker thrills concertgoers with first-ever performance of 'Crazier' in a surprising twist on her record-breaking 'Eras Tour', creating a nostalgic wave among her audience.

AceShowbiz - On June 8, Taylor Swift treated her Edinburgh audience to a special performance that left many fans in awe. For the first time ever, Swift sang "Crazier" live on stage, a song she originally contributed to the soundtrack of "Hannah Montana: The Movie" 15 years ago. This unexpected addition was part of her ongoing Eras Tour, which has already broken records as the first tour to gross over a billion dollars, surpassing Elton John's "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" tour.

Swift's performance of "Crazier" was cleverly integrated as a mash-up with "All of the Girls You Loved Before," a track from her 2023 album, "Lover". Prior to beginning the performance, Swift teased the audience, saying, "You'll get extra points if you know this next song at all because it is really, really old." The crowd's enthusiastic response was a testament to their dedication and nostalgia for Swift's older hits.

"Crazier" is a song rooted in Swift's early career, marking an era when she was just beginning to establish herself in the music industry. Reflecting on her involvement in the "Hannah Montana" phenomenon, a young Swift expressed her excitement in joining a project that was "taking over the world" at the time. She was approached by the film's producers to contribute a song that was "perfect to fall in love to," and "Crazier" fit that description perfectly.

The emotional performance in Edinburgh was part of a larger trend in Swift's recent concerts where she's ditched her "no repeats" rule for surprise songs in favor of fan-favorite mash-ups. On the same night, she also played a mash-up on guitar that included "The Bolter" and "Getaway Car."

This performance line-up is keeping fans on their toes for what she might perform next, sparking hopes for other soundtrack songs like "Beautiful Ghosts" from "Cats" and "Carolina" from "Where the Crawdads Sing" to be featured in future shows.

Swift's three shows in Edinburgh are just a segment of her extensive tour. She will next be heading to Amsterdam after concluding her UK dates on June 30. The engagement and surprise elements of her shows continue to mesmerize her massive fanbase and exemplify why she remains one of the most influential artists of her generation.

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