Taylor Swift reveals final version of 'The Tortured Poets Department' at Eras tour stop in Singapore

    During the second of six shows at the Singapore National Stadium on Sunday night, Swift announced that the new version would include a bonus track titled The Black Dog.

    Taylor Swift (Source: X)

    Taylor Swift (Source: X)

    Taylor Swift isn't leaving Singapore anytime soon. On Sunday night, the 34-year-old All Too Well singer captivated a crowd of about 55,000 fans as she took the stage in Singapore. Making a surprise announcement during her second show at the Singapore National Stadium, Swift, seated at her piano, unveiled the fourth and final version of her upcoming album, The Tortured Poets Department.

    A fan's post on X showcased an image of the new album version displayed behind her on stage, unveiling the bonus track titled The Black Dog. Additionally, previously unseen artwork depicting Swift running her hands through her hair was also revealed.

    Taylor Swift's Album Announcement on Instagram

    he pop superstar took to Instagram to share the news, posting an image of the same artwork that graced her show. Swift also included a second picture in her post, revealing the album's track listing, featuring another shot of Swift with the words "Old habits die screaming" written across it.

    During a Sydney stop of her Eras Tour on February 23rd, Swift announced the third special edition of the album, featuring a bonus track titled The Albatross. Swift unveiled the second version of the album, featuring the bonus track The Bolter, during her Melbourne show on February 16th.

    Taylor Swift's Singapore Tour Schedule

    Meanwhile, Swift's Sunday performance marked the second of six shows scheduled in Singapore. Following this, she will have another performance on Monday night, followed by a two-day break. Then, she will return to the Eras Tour stage on Thursday for three consecutive nights.

    On Saturday, Swift shared with her fans the special significance of Singapore, attributed to her mom, Andrea Swift. Prior to her performances in Singapore, Swift captivated her audience in Sydney, Australia, reminiscing about the magical moments in the city down under in an Instagram post.