Taylor Swift makes a surprise appearance at The 1975 concert and sings ‘Anti-Hero’ for the first time
As part of the ‘The 1975 At Their Very Best’ tour, on January 12, the British band The 1975 made up of Matty Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald and George Daniel gave a concert at The O2 Arena located in London and to everyone’s surprise, Taylor Swift took the stage where he sang his song ‘Anti-Hero’ for the first time.
Since the beginning of this tour, all the presentations have been something to talk about, since the vocalist Matty Healy eat raw meat on stage, use auto-tune to say iconic phrases, get a tattoo while singing and even kiss several fans in the mouth.
Taylor Swift sings ‘Anti-Hero’ for the first time in concert at The 1975
However, the group’s fans have also been in awe for other reasons, including the fact that singer-songwriter Taylor Swift appeared at the Show that they had on January 12 where for the first time he sang the song ‘Anti-Hero’ in an acoustic version.
As if that were not enough, the followers of the 33-year-old interpreter were delighted with a cover from the song ‘The City’ written by The 1975. Let’s remember that several years ago, Taylor Swift wore a T-shirt from the British band, which Matthew Healy found funny so he appeared at one of their concerts wearing a shirt from the album ‘1989’ from the American.
The 1975 returns to Mexico
With the tour aforementioned, The 1975 makes its return to Mexican lands after having performed at the Corona Capital 2022 music festival last November and it is reported that they will visit Guadalajara, Mexico City and Monterrey, the latter being Show in Tecate Pa’l Norte 2023 so their fans you can expect something very crazy from their vocalist.
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