Taylor Swift surprises fans with classic song from Hannah Montana movie during Eras Tour in Edinburgh.

At her recent Eras Tour show in Scotland, Taylor Swift surprised fans with an unexpected throwback track. During her performance at the Gas Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Swift delighted the audience by performing “Crazier” from the 2009 film “Hannah Montana: The Movie,” starring Miley Cyrus. Before launching into the nostalgic song, the 34-year-old singer teased the crowd by saying, “You get extra points if you know this next song at all because it is really, really old.”

But that wasn’t the only surprise Swift had in store for her fans that night. The talented singer also treated the audience to a creative mashup of four songs from different albums. In one mashup, she seamlessly blended “The Bolter” from her 2024 album, “The Tortured Poets Department” and “Getaway Car” from her 2017 album “Reputation” in the “Surprise Songs” segment. However, it was the second mashup that stole the show, featuring “Crazier” and “All of the Girls You Loved Before” from her 2023 EP, “The More Lover Chapter.” As fans sang along and cheered, Swift couldn’t help but express her awe, proclaiming, “Oh my God, you’re so unbelievable.”

Dressed in an orange flowy dress and silver strappy heels, Swift captivated the audience with her enchanting performance. The singer’s choice of outfit and instruments, including a hand-painted grand piano, added to the magical ambiance of the show. Fans took to social media to share their astonishment at Swift’s unpredictability and talent, with one fan expressing their long-awaited dream of hearing her perform “Crazier” live.

Swift’s surprise performance quickly went viral, garnering one million views on X, formerly known as Twitter. Fans couldn’t get enough of the unexpected twist in her setlist, proving once again why Taylor Swift continues to captivate audiences worldwide with her musical prowess and creativity.

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