What songs will Taylor Swift surprise with at The Eras Tour in Detroit?
The 33-year-old will take the stage at Ford Field on Friday for the first of two shows this weekend. She will be joined by opening acts girl in red, Gracie Abrams, and OWENN.
As for the Detroit-relevant tracks that could be played, King of My Heart is the top contender, with multiple references to Motown. Not to mention, opener OWENN was Swift's dance partner when the song was performed on the Reputation tour, so Saturday just might be the night!
And Ford Field just so happened to change their Twitter name to Ford Field (like a Motown beat), so there's that.
In what might be more of a reach, London Boy also name-drops Motown, so it remains in the running as well.
Some fans are predicting Back to December as one of the acoustic performances, as its inspiration, Taylor Lautner, is from Michigan. With ongoing rumors and fan theories that the Anti-Hero singer will soon drop a single from Speak Now (Taylor's Version), the song is a real possibility.
Taylor Swift will play two shows at The Eras Tour in Detroit
As for the epic break-up songs left in the running for the acoustic set, Picture to Burn and Mr. Perfectly Fine would be the perfect post-split empowerment moment for Swift (and her fans).
On the more emotional side, a piano rendition of happiness would likely bring quite a few tears to Swifties in attendence.
If you're lucky enough to be attending the shows in Detroit, be sure to read up on The Eras Tour fan chants you need to know before you go!
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