What will Taylor Swift's surprise songs be at The Eras Tour shows in Los Angeles?
It's the final round of surprise song predictions for the US leg of The Eras Tour!
The 33-year-old is certainly saving the best for last as she performs six sold-out nights at SoFi Stadium.
With rumors flying that Swift will announce 1989 (Taylor's Version) at some point during her Los Angeles run, New Romantics is an obvious top pick.
One of just three remaining 1989 songs, the track would be the best fit for the tour, as it was the soundtrack for the 1989 World Tour music video back in 2016.
Both You Are in Love and I Know Places are options as well, with the former being the frontrunner among fans for a second 1989 pick.
With many fans expecting Swift to "reset" the surprise song options for the international leg, she's sure to pick the best of the best from the remaining selections for the US.
The biggest fan favorites? The Way I Loved You, Cornelia Street, Better Than Revenge, and Dress.
Still, there are a few other popular picks that may be the best way to give a sentimental farewell to the memories made in America.
What will Taylor Swift's final surprise songs be in the US?
August 9 will mark the final show, and New Year's Day just might be the best way to honor the tour.
During the Reputation Stadium Tour, Swift performed the track in a medley with Long Live, which is an ode to her memories on tour.
With Long Live now on the main setlist, New Year's Day is the perfect piano performance for the final night.
Along with this theme of reflection, Swift may play long story short or Dear Reader (perhaps even together!) to highlight her career journey so far and how she's grown over time.
Of course, with 12 surprise songs, there is space for at least one pick from each era, so of the remaining eras, Mary's Song, The Very First Night, and exile are all frontrunners.
What surprise songs did Taylor Swift perform at The Eras Tour in Los Angeles?
On Thursday night, Swift debuted I Can See You from the Speak Now vault with a performance on the guitar followed by a repeat piano performance of Maroon.
She gave another repeat performance, this time breaking her rules entirely with Our Song, which is not from Midnights and was not messed up during the first performance. On piano, Swift played 1989's You Are in Love for the first time on the tour.
Saturday night saw two more repeats: Death by a Thousand Cuts on guitar and You're On Your Own, Kid on the piano.
Swift finally did her first no-repeat surprise set in Los Angeles with Dress and exile on Monday night.
On Tuesday, she brought 1989 back with a performance of I Know Places on the guitar followed by King of My Heart from Reputation on piano.
Finally, Swift confirmed the swirling theories that 1989 (Taylor's Version) was next with a formal announcement during Wednesday's surprise song set, where she performed New Romantics on guitar and New Year's Day on piano.
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