Swift’s Electrifying Paris Return: The Eras Tour Ignites with New Tracks and James Taylor Speculation

Fresh off the heels of her 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poet’s Department,” the ever-dynamic Taylor Swift graced the stage once again, captivating audiences at La Défense Arena in Paris, France.

Dubbing the performance as “Female Rage, the Musical,” Swift unveiled a new segment, promising an electrifying experience for her Parisian fans, who were the first to witness live renditions of her latest tracks.

According to reports from the Daily Mail, Swift treated the crowd to a spellbinding setlist including “Down Bad,” “Fortnight,” “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived,” “I Can Do It With A Broken Heart,” “But Daddy I Love Him,” “So High School Together,” and “Who’s Afraid Of Little Old Me?”

Amidst the buzz, James Taylor stirred conversation by suggesting Taylor Swift was named after him. Addressing the speculation in a chat with USA Today, the iconic singer-songwriter reminisced about a shared performance for the Candie’s Foundation, where a teenage Swift expressed admiration for his music.

Reflecting on their encounter, Taylor recalled, “We were both there with guitars and played a couple of songs. I was performing with my wife and may have had a friend of ours playing cello and Taylor was there just playing by herself.” He added, “She was just a teen. She told me she had listened to my music a lot and that her folks had named her with me in mind.”

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