What will Taylor Swift's surprise songs be at The Eras Tour in East Rutherford?
East Rutherford, New Jersey - Taylor Swift is hitting the tristate area for her latest stop on The Eras Tour, and with so many New York-centric songs in her discography, many Swifties are confident they've predicted her surprise songs for the weekend.
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The 33-year-old will play three shows at Metlife Stadium on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, with opening acts Phoebe Bridgers, Gracie Abrams, GAYLE, and OWENN on board.
Like the predictions for past shows, fans are scouring through potential song choices to find connections to the city, and Swift certainly has no shortage of tracks referencing the Big Apple.
Though Metlife Stadium is in New Jersey, the shows are also considered the New York performances for the sold-out stadium tour.
With this in mind, Welcome to New York from 1989 is likely unavoidable, and most Swifties are anticipating it as one of Friday's surprise songs to kick off the weekend stint.
As for the other Friday song, some are speculating that Swift's frequent collaborator, and New Jersey native, Jack Antonoff, will be a special guest. Antonoff will be performing with his band, Bleachers, on Saturday and Sunday, making night one the only option.
The 39-year-old producer extraordinaire is behind nearly every recent song by the Anti-Hero artist, but many fans have put forth Getaway Car as their top prediction should he be the special guest.
Have Taylor Swift fans predicted her Metlife surprise songs?
As for other Swift songs that reference New York, Maroon, Holy Ground, hoax, and False God are all possibilities.
There's also Cornelia Street, which was written about the Lavender Haze singer's apartment in Greenwich Village. The song is an ode to her now-ex Joe Alwyn, as she sings, "If you ever walked away / I'd never walk Cornelia Street again."
In the wake of their shocking split, many fans were skeptical that Swift would want to play it. But now that she's seemingly moved on with Matty Healy and assured fans she's "never been this happy," it doesn't seem like the song is out of the question.
In the wake of their newly-announced collaboration, some Swifties are expecting Tay to bring out Ice Spice to perform their remix of Karma, which will drop at midnight EST tonight.
Swifties heading to East Rutherford will also have the chance to snag an exclusive Midnights (The Late Night Edition) CD featuring a never-before-heard vault song.
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