Taylor Swift, Haim Duet ‘No Body, No Crime’ at ‘Eras Tour’ in Seattle

Taylor Swift and the Haim sisters introduced their love of Olive Backyard to the Eras Tour.

“We acquired one thing new for you, I hope that’s alright,” Swift, 33, quipped throughout her Saturday, July 22, live performance in Seattle, per social media footage, as she launched into the opening verse of “No Physique, No Crime” alongside Haim.

The Grammy winner beforehand enlisted the three sisters — Danielle, Alana and Este Haim — to hitch her on the observe, which appeared on her LP Evermore. Saturday’s present marked the primary time that Swift performed “No Physique, No Crime” on the Eras Tour — and the primary live performance that Haim served as her opening act. Throughout Swift’s Evermore part of the live performance, she swapped her standard rendition of “’Tis the Rattling Season” for “No Physique, No Crime.”

Throughout the shock duet, Swift surprised in a glowing, brown robe whereas Haim opted for matching black seems to be. The sisters introduced the sting of their leather-based pants and coordinating crop tops.

Swift and Haim have been quick mates for years, even serving because the opening act on her 1989 stay tour and showing in her music video for “Bejeweled.”

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“Seeing how laborious she works is insane,” Danielle, 34, gushed about her bond with Swift within the band’s June Elle UK cowl story, earlier than Este, 37, chimed in that Swift “by no means complains” about her busy schedule.

“She’s probably the most unbelievable performer, and so inspiring as a good friend. She loves what she does,” Este famous on the time. “We’d play a present and she or he would simply need to hang around after.”

Haim will function Swift’s opening act for many of her West Coast Eras Tour dates, starting with Saturday’s live performance at Lumen Area.

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“First time being the eighth marvel of the world (the Eras Tour),” the band captioned a TikTok video hours earlier than the live performance kicked off, by which they walked into the stadium for the primary time. They twirled across the area as Brent Morgan’s cowl of “What Desires Are Made Of” performed within the background. (The tune was initially sung by Hilary Duff in The Lizzie McGuire Film.)

Swift’s duet with Haim was not her solely Saturday shock, she additionally added “This Is Why We Can’t Have Good Issues” and “Every part Has Modified” to her rotating acoustic part of the setlist.

“I wrote this with one in all my actually nice mates who will not be right here,” Swift gushed whereas introducing “Every part Has Modified,” referring to the tune’s duet accomplice, Ed Sheeran. “It’s not a joke.”

Sheeran, 32, is at the moment on his personal live performance tour, titled the Arithmetic Tour, and carried out at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium on Saturday.