Taylor Swift Live Debuts ‘Anti-Hero’ After Crashing The 1975 Concert

Fans who went to The 1975’s concert got two performances at the cost of one. People at the concert were beyond surprised when they saw Taylor Swift take over the stage at the O2 arena. The singer not only sang the rock band’s classic tracks, but she also live-debuted her hit single ‘Anti-Hero’. Taylor also covered The 1975’s ‘The City’ from their first album, with her acoustic guitar on the stage. 

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“Yeah, counting cards was the best job he ever had/ Cleaning up/ He got good with his fours and his twos/ Community service was the best job he ever had/ Cleaning up/ He got sick on the floor and his shoes,” Taylor Swift sang, before breaking into the track’s pre-chorus.

‘Anti-Hero’ is still at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and when Taylor Swift herself showed up to sing the fan favourite, people joined her to sing the song. The stadium echoed with the track’s catchy refrain, “It’s me, hi. I’m the problem, it’s me.”

Watch Swift perform during The 1975’s gig below.

Swift is all set to perform at her next tour. She’s scheduled to take the road for ‘The Eras’ Tour from the 17th of March in Glendale, Arizona.

– Riya Sohini