Will Enchanted (Taylor’s Version) be a standalone track?
One of Taylor Swift’s dancers, Whyley Yoshimura, dropped a since-deleted snippet of the highly-anticipated Enchanted (Taylor’s Version), sending Swifties into a tailspin.
A fan-favourite, the 2010 classic is the sole Speak Now track that’s made it to Swift’s Eras tour setlists, making the leaked footage even more significant amongst fans.
Yoshimura released a clip of the dancers rehearsing to a new version of Enchanted, with one Twitter user sharing that Swift wouldn’t allow unreleased music to be leaked.
Another user says this leak and removal was intentional; The Line Of Best Fit reports, as the Lover era track, All Of The Girls You Loved Before, appeared on TikTok before its official release.
Taylor Swift has already unveiled Red (Taylor’s Version) and Fearless (Taylor’s Version) but hasn't announced what will follow. Fans have been left wondering what’s next - 1989 or Speak Now? Will Enchanted (Taylor’s Version) be a standalone track?
Check out the footage that’s stirring excitement amongst Taylor Swift fans below.
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Taylor Swift’s highly-anticipated Eras tour kicked off in late March, with the pop sensation playing 44-song setlists for two nights in a row in Glendale, Arizona.
The Eras tour indeed lives up to its name, with Swift running through all ten of her albums.
The marathon concerts saw Swift open with a string of hits from Lover, including the fan-favourite Cruel Summer. From there, she launched into Fearless, with Love Story, You Belong With Me and the title track - the latter of which she hadn’t performed in over a decade.
She also performed the 10-minute version of All Too Well. She closed the set with tracks from her newest album, Midnights, including Lavender Haze, Anti-Hero, Midnight Rain, Vigilante Shit, Bejeweled, Mastermind, and Karma.
Midnights has done incredible numbers in the charts, smashing the single-day streaming record for an album with 184.6 million streams on Spotify and single-handedly raising the vinyl record sales in the UK for the first time in 35 years.