Whether or not you heard the rumors from Inez, this time it was true: Taylor Swift returned to the Academy of Country Music Awards stage Wednesday to carry out for the primary time in seven years.
Swift sang “Betty,” a ballad about teenage heartbreak off her latest folklore album. The tune, which chronicles a teen romance in hassle, has been championed in the LGBTQ community as being about romantic love between two highschool women.
The a number of Grammy winner took the stage at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry, sitting behind a microphone and performing to an empty home — the occasion’s concession to the continued COVID-19 pandemic. She accompanied herself on the guitar, backed solely by a harmonica participant who sat to her proper.
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In an August radio interview, Swift herself said that the tune is about how “Everyone makes errors, everyone actually messes up typically. This is a tune that I wrote from the attitude of a 17-year-old boy,” and added that she named two of the characters in her story after her buddies’ kids: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ son and daughter, James and Inez.
This 12 months’s ACM Awards additionally included performances from Entertainer of the Year nominees Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs and Carrie Underwood, in addition to a duet from ceremony host Keith Urban and Pink.
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