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Taylor Swift Performs ‘Crazier’ from 2009 ‘Hannah Montana’ Movie in Surprise Mashup at Eras


Taylor Swift keeps surprising Swifties with unexpected mashups!

At her second of three Eras Tour shows in Scotland on Saturday, June 8, the superstar seamlessly blended “All of the Girls You Loved Before” from 2023 with “Crazier” from the 2009 Hannah Montana movie starring Miley Cyrus.

“You get extra points if you know this next song at all because it is really, really old,” Swift, 34, told the crowd at Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium in the middle of the mashup, which she played acoustically on piano.

“Oh my God, you’re so unbelievable,” Swift said before the song’s bridge.

The nostalgic moment happed during the surprise song segment, where during each night of the Eras Tour she performs two songs or two mashups of songs acoustically on piano and guitar.

The other mashup for night two in Edinburgh was “The Bolter” from 2024’s The Tortured Poets Department and “Getaway Car” from 2017’s Reputation.

Taylor Swift performs in Edinburgh, Scotland, on June 7, 2024.

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The superstar received a warm welcome to Edinburgh earlier in the week when the bagpipe group Reel Time Pipe Band covered Swift’s 2008 hit “Love Story” at the same stadium where she would later take the stage, as seen in a video posted on TikTok by local news outlet Forth 1 News.

Scotland’s First Minister John Swinney also joined the fanfare, welcoming the “Cruel Summer” singer and calling the temporary renaming of local Loch Tay to “Loch Tay Tay” in the star’s honor “just fabulous” in a video message posted on X (formerly Twitter).

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“I really hope she has the chance to go and see Loch Tay — or should I say, Loch Tay Tay — because it is the most beautiful part of Scotland,” Swinney said. “She’ll get a really warm welcome here, and I know all of the Swifites will be so exhilarated by her presence in Scotland.”

The Eras Tour dates in Scotland mark only the second time Swift has scheduled concerts in the country — the first was in June 2015 for a soldout show at an arena in Glasgow for the 1989 World Tour.

Taylor Swift performs in Edinburgh, Scotland, on June 7, 2024.

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“I happen to love Scottish people, personally,” the singer told the Glasgow crowd in 2015, just a month after she had taken her relationship with Scottish producer Calvin Harris public with an appearance together on the red carpet at the Billboard Music Awards.

At the 2015 concert, Swift also revealed her Scottish heritage to the audience, recalling an email she received from her father, Scott Swift, ahead of the show.

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“The subject line said, ‘Tell Scotland this,’ ” Swift recalled. “The whole body of the email was like, ‘Our whole family is from Scotland and pretty much nowhere else, so you have to tell them.’ ”

Swift’s visit to Edinburgh comes on the heels of a two-night stint in Lyon, France, where she performed her three-and-a-half hour set, even as rain poured down for much of the first show.





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