Taylor Swift performed an exclusive concert at Shanghai's Tmall 11:11 Global Shopping Festival in China on Sunday (November 10). The show included a one-of-a-kind stage and a new version of "Lover" that will leave fans swaying along.

The 29-year-old's performance included a customized stage for her that created visuals surrounding Swift that was utterly breathtaking. Swift performed a medley of her hits from her latest seventh studio album, Lover.

Taylor was joined by a number of well-known Chinese performers during the event, including G.E.M., Hua Chenyu, Kana Hanazawa, Ju Jingyi, Li Ronghao, Luo Yunxi, Jackson Yee, Zhang Jie and Zhang Yixing.

Swifties made two unusual hashtags trend prior to her performance, #FreeTaylor and #TaylorSwiftIsGoingToJailParty. The hashtags were in reference to Swift singing "You Need To Calm Down" during the show which included the line, "cause shade never made anybody less gay." Fans were worried that Swift would receive backlash from the company or government for singing it.  

This marked Swift's first trip to China in over four years. The "Me!" singer heavily documented her experience traveling in the country on her Twitter account.

Watch Swift's full concert, below!

Taylor Swift Through the Years


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