She's Painting The Stage RED
Taylor Swift launches 'The RED Tour' with a sold-out show in Nebraska.
Nearly five months after dropping her fourth studio album, Taylor Swift has kicked off her RED Tour.
The country-pop star took the stage Wednesday for the first concert in her two-night stand in Omaha, Neb., launching her tour in support of her chart-topping album, RED, which has moved over 5 million copies and has charted four No. 1. singles.
“I can’t wait for you guys to see this show,” she gushed on Good Morning America Wednesday ahead of the show. “I can’t wait to see you on the road.”
During the Ohama concert — where Swift had an "amazing crowd," she later tweeted — the Grammy-winning singer teamed up with her tour mate Sheeran for a rendition of their hit duet, “Everything Has Changed,” featured on her RED album.
Swift's kick-off came on the heels of her debuting the music video for “22,” her fourth single off RED.
“We shot this video last month in Malibu," she explained on GMA. "I never had this much fun shooting a video because my friends in the video are actually my real-life best friends.”