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Taylor Swift reveals her favorite Australian term ahead of surprise songs in Sydney

It is in Sydney, Australia. Taylor Swift performed seven stadium events in Australia as part of her Eras Tour and featured an acoustic set. 

One of these shows was her largest performance to date. Sydney was the second place she went. 

Swift added, "You know we love your accents, but I have a very specific word that is my favorite," before pronouncing "no" in the Australian accent known as "naur." 

This occurred on the second night of the performance.Following that, she played "You Should've Said No" from her debut album on the guitar, then she mashup it with "You're Not Sorry" from "Fearless (Taylor's Version). 

Following that, she performed a mashup on the piano of "New Year's Day" from the album "Reputation" and "Peace" from the album "Folklore." 

Swift, in a manner comparable to what she did in Melbourne, announced an alternative version of "The Tortured Poets Department" 

on the event's first night. The title of this time was "The Albatross," and it was released on April 19th. 

Swift then played "How You Get the Girl" from "1989 (Taylor's Version)" on the guitar, and then brought out her opening act Sabrina Carpenter for a duet 

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