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Taylor Swift Performs Mashups from 4 Different Albums During Night 4 of the Eras Tour in Singapore

The pop star is in the midst of playing six nights at the National Stadium in Singapore

<p>Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs in Singapore on March 2, 2024

Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty

Taylor Swift performs in Singapore on March 2, 2024

Taylor Swift is having the most fun with mashups from her albums during her Eras Tour.

On Thursday night, the "Maroon" singer, 34, once again performed her two surprise songs as mashups spanning four records during her fourth performance at the National Stadium in Singapore, where she's headlining for six nights.

According to fan-captured footage on X (formerly known as Twitter), she played a sweet rendition of “Death by a Thousand Cuts” from Lover and “Babe” from Red on the guitar.

Swift also delivered a wistful piano mashup of "Fifteen" from Fearless and "You're on Your Own Kid" from Midnights, per fan-recorded footage on X.

<p>Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs in Singapore om March 2, 2024

Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty

Taylor Swift performs in Singapore om March 2, 2024

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During night three of her Singapore leg, the pop superstar performed mashups of “Foolish One” from Speak Now and “Tell Me Why” from Fearless, as well as “This Love” from 1989 and “Call It What You Want” from Reputation.

The night prior Swift combined “Long Story Short” from Evermore and “The Story of Us” from Speak Now for one surprise song, while she sat down at the piano for a mashup of “Clean” from 1989 and the title track from Evermore.

During her first night in Singapore, she played two surprise mashups with a combination of "Mine" from her Speak Now and "Starlight" from Red, as seen in a video posted on X.

In another clip posted on X, Swift opted for a sultrier mix, pairing a rendition of "I Don't Want to Live Forever" from the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack, which she originally sang with Zayn Malik, with "Dress" from Reputation.

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<p>Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management</p> Taylor Swift performs in Singapore on March 2, 2024

Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift performs in Singapore on March 2, 2024

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As her tour continues, the "I Can See You" artist has been adding more mashup songs. While playing in Sydney, she played a mix of Reputation's “New Year's Day” and “'Peace" from Folklore as well as “Should've Said No” from her self-titled album and her Fearless cut “You're Not Sorry.”

Swift even sang a duet medley of "White Horse" (also from Fearless) and "Coney Island" from Evermore with Sabrina Carpenter, after the latter musician's opening performance was canceled due to bad weather.

In addition to the Eras Tour, the 14-time Grammy winner is also preparing to release her 11th studio album (not including the Taylor's Version releases) dubbed The Tortured Poets Society, which features the bonus track, "The Manuscript." Swift has announced that she would be releasing three other versions — "The Albatross," "The Bolter, " and "The Black Dog" — with each newly named song appearing as a bonus track on their respective editions.

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