At the last Melbourne Eras Tour show, Taylor Swift surprises everyone with a mashup of “Daylight” and “Come Back…Be Here.”

At the last Melbourne Eras Tour show, Taylor Swift surprises everyone with a mashup of

 

Taylor Swift stepped into the stage light and let it all go during her last of three-consecutive Eras Tour shows in Melbourne, Australia, on Sunday.

 

At the last Melbourne Eras Tour show, Taylor Swift surprises everyone with a mashup of "Daylight" and "Come Back...Be Here."
The singer, 34, surprised the sold-out crowd with a mashup of “Come Back…Be Here” from her Red album and “Daylight” from Lover — causing many of the 96,000 people to yell in unison upon hearing the bridge of the latter song pop up unexpectedly.

The mashup inside Melbourne Cricket Ground was part of the “surprise songs” segment of her three-hour setlist. At every Eras show, the 14-time Grammy winner handpicks two songs that aren’t already on the setlist to play that night — one on piano and one on guitar.

It’s rare for Swift to deliver a mashup like she did for Sunday’s crowd.

Though rare, this was the second night in a row that the “Mastermind” singer gifted Swifties with a mashup. On Saturday, a guitar-wielding Swift combined “Getaway Car,” “August” and “The Other Side of the Door.”

The Melbourne audiences were the largest of Swift’s 18-year career, and she made sure to acknowledge the milestone.

96,000 people the first night, 96,000 people the second night, 96,000 people tonight,” Swift said onstage. “Those are all the biggest shows I’ve ever played on a tour — and you did it three times. The math is that it’s 288,000 people in three nights.”

“Melbourne, you are the love of my life. I cannot believe you, what have you done?” she added. “It’s just incredibly nice to do for someone [to] make them feel welcome like that.”

Swift also shared her gratitude in a message on X (formerly Twitter). “Melbourne, what do I even say to you after over 288,000 of you came and danced with us in the last 3 nights??! That was unforgettable. You were on an another LEVEL,” she wrote. “Thank you for the memories. I’ll revisit the ones from this weekend often.”