Taylor Swift fans in Buenos Aires got more than one treat from 1989 (Taylor’s Version) this weekend. Swift debuted vault track “Slut!” live on Sunday (Nov. 12), after performing “Is It Over Now?” for the first time the night before.

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During the acoustic set of Sunday night’s show at Estadio River Plate, Swift first played Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) song “Better Than Revenge” on guitar. (The crowd had started a loud chant of “Reputation!” but didn’t get a Reputation surprise on this particular night.)

Swift performs two unannounced songs during this portion of the Eras concert.

After “Better Than Revenge,” the pop star walked over to her piano and began playing “Slut!” — no introduction needed in front of the zealous crowd of Swifties, even though the track has only been out for fans to hear for two weeks.

“But if I’m all dressed up/ They might as well be lookin’ at us/ And if they call me a slut/ You know it might be worth it for once,” Swift sings in the chorus. The Buenos Aires crowd chimed in beautifully.

Nov. 12 was the third of a trio of shows in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with the previous two concerts getting acoustic versions of “The Very First Night” and “Labyrinth” for the first time on Nov. 9, and an “Is It Over Now?”/”Out of the Woods” mashup and “End Game” on Nov. 11. Keep up with Swift’s full list of Eras Tour surprise songs here.

1989 (Taylor’s Version) is currently atop the Billboard 200 albums chart for the second week in a row.

Watch Swift premiere “Slut!” live in a fan-captured clip below.



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