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#REDTourManila: Taylor Swift Was Everything We Hoped She Would Be

Girl got everyone dancing, singing, and bringing on the feels all night.

Swifties all over the Philippines trooped to the Mall of Asia Arena last night for the Manila leg of Taylor Swift's RED Tour. This is Taylor's second time in Manila, with her first concert being part of the Speak Now tour in 2011.

The gorgeous "All Too Well" singer opened the show with "State of Grace" dressed in a silk shirt, black high-waist shorts, and a hat she later on threw to the crowd. She spoke to the crowd and learned a few Filipino words ("Mahal kita, Manila!" "Kamusta?") much to the Swifties' amusement. She sang 13 songs in all including hits from her past albums such as "Sparks Fly," "Fearless," "Mean," and "You Belong With Me." She ended with a carnival-themed performance of her hit "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together."

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Taylor is set to fly to Singapore for two shows after her Bangkok show was cancelled. Were you in the crowd last night? What was your favorite performance? Did she sing your favorite track off of the RED album?

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