Taylor Swift Debuts ‘Now That We Don’t Talk’ Live in Sao Paulo

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“I’ve never performed this one live before. Let’s see how I do with it,” she said at Allianz Parque, where she also played “Innocent” live for the first time in years.

Taylor Swift performs onstage during “Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour” at SoFi Stadium on Aug. 9, 2023 in Inglewood, California.

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Taylor Swift debuted “Now That We Don’t Talk” live at her first concert in São Paulo, Brazil, Friday night (Nov. 24).

Swift surprised fans at the city’s Allianz Parque stadium with the 1989 (Taylor’s Version) vault track on acoustic guitar.

“I’ve never performed this one live before,” she said. “Let’s see how I do with it.”

“I don’t have to pretend I like acid rock/ Or that I’d like to be on a mega yacht/ With important men who think important thoughts/ Guess maybe I am better off now that we don’t talk,” sang Swift in the punchy outro, while wearing a blue dress.

Following the live debut of “Now That We Don’t Talk,” Swift capped off Friday’s surprise song set with a rare performance of Speak Now‘s “Innocent” at the piano. She hasn’t played “Innocent” for an audience since the 2010 MTV VMAs.

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Over three nights in Rio de Janeiro last weekend, Swift performed a few other songs from her vast catalog live for the first time: 1989 (Taylor’s Version) vault tracks “Slut!” and “Surburban Legends,” and an emotional song from the Midnights (3AM Edition) collection, “Bigger Than the Whole Sky.”

Watch a fan-filmed clip from São Paulo below, and keep track of all the surprise songs from The Eras Tour with Billboard here.

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