Taylor Swift never compromises with regards to giving dreamy surprises to her huge fandom. And this time, she did it again. Taylor performed the track “Anti-Hero” from her latest album Midnights. Read more to know all about it.

Taylor Swift Surprises Again

Taylor Swift

Taylor made a surprise entrance at the 1975 show to perform “Anti-Hero” which is an excellent hit track from her last album, Midnights.

It all happened on Thursday in London at the famous The O2. The fans were there to attend the concert of the pop band 1975. And then the magic happened.

Taylor surprisingly entered the stage and left the crowd with great anticipation. Her appearance was fully announced and she was loved by everybody who was present there. It should be a treat for the eyes.

And then, Swift went on to perform “Anti-Hero” from her Midnights album. The remarkable thing here is that this was Midnights first performance ever. And Taylor chose to do it in the most unimaginable way possible.

Not only that, Taylor had more in her purse. After performing “Anti-Hero”, she continued to treat the crowd with a rendition of 1975’s “The City”.

Here is a clip of her appearance changed by media, Pop Base. One can absolutely hear the screams of the crowd as soon as they laid eyes on Taylor Swift.

Taylor Swift Made a Surprise Appearance at the 1975 Concert.

Taylor’s surprise appearance at the 1975 concert came after months of mutual public admiration between her and the pop band. Back in November 2022, Swift was mentioned in the interview with Matt Healy in 1975.

Matt said that Taylor was one of the few who heard their new record, Being Funny In A Foreign Language before it was released. Another notable fact is that Jack Antonoff, who often produces tracks for Taylor and even produced Taylor’s album Midnights, also produced the 1975 album.

“We actually worked on this a little bit but then the version of it never came out,” Matt mentioned in his interview. No one knows why the version was never released. “It was for reasons that should not be criticized” as he clarified. He continued the subject and eventually, called Taylor “amazing.”