Taylor Swift Sang With Ed Sheeran After Returning

The pair’s big duet is the centerpiece of the Jingle Ball concert in Los Angeles on Dec. 2. Swift and Sheeran sang the song “End Game” on Swift’s “Reputation” album.

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Jingle Ball is Taylor’s first concert after 10 months of rest. The last time she stood on stage was at a Houston concert in February.

Performed at Jingle Ball with 6 songs, including I Do not Wanna Live Forever (Fifty Shades Darker by Zayn), followed by a series of songs with Look What You Made Me Do, … Ready for It ?, Blank Space, Shake It Off and especially End Game with the unexpected appearance of guest vocalist Ed Sheeran.

In this performance, Swift showed her dancing ability improved compared to many previous albums, which she has partially shown in the song Look What You Made Me Do. The singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, who is now a pop superstar, sang the same song on the night of the show, also claimed that the two of them kept their relationship intact.

However, the Los Angeles Times commented that Swift’s return was “hasty and not good enough.” The magazine praised other artists on the show, including Demi Lovato, who “made other singers feel lazy,” and Kesha, who sang emotionally with songs about her past.

Taylor Swift ‘s next stage is the Poptopia 2017 on February 9th in San Jose.

Also on 2/12, tickets of the world tour “Reputation” of the singer is open for sale. She will start touring in May 2018. Initially, the tour was 27 nights, but was increased nine more nights after the ticket fever was pushed up.



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