Last night, Taylor Swift headlined DirecTV's 12th Annual Super Saturday Night pre-Super Bowl concert in Houston. According to Rolling Stone, tickets to the event were given away via promotions, so people in audience already knew they were lucky to be at the show, but honestly, they had no idea how lucky.
During the performance, Taylor informed the crowd that, by attending that one show, they were attending 100% of her planned performances for 2017. As in, Taylor Swift doesn't plan to perform another concert until at least 2018. WHAT?
Now, Taylor obviously left the possibility open that she'll do more shows this year, but since she decided not to release an album last fall, she doesn't have a reason to embark on a big tour any time soon.
But, if this does turn out to be Taylor's only show in 2017, she made it count. The setlist was packed with her biggest hits—mostly from 1989, sure, but also with some fan favorite throwbacks like "Love Story" and "You Belong With Me."
Taylor also made a couple of performance debuts during the show. She performed "Better Man," the breakup anthem she penned for Little Big Town, for the first time ever.
Since the song is rumored to have been inspired by her ex, Calvin Harris, fans cared.
Taylor also performed an acoustic version of "I Don't Wanna Live Forever," her Fifty Shades Darker track, for the first time. Sadly, Zayn did not make a surprise appearance.
Backstage, Taylor dined on the most decadent version of Super Bowl food you've ever seen:
And she brought the best entourage with her—her cats, Meredith and Olivia:
If you're only going to do one show for a whole year, this seems like a pretty good way to do it.
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