Taylor Swift performed in Brisbane on Saturday night and reminisced about the “really, really warm cozy fond memories” of the city, where she played seven years ago.

"Good evening Brisbane, I'm Taylor," she told the swelling crowd that gathered at the Suncorp Stadium, before going on to add, "and I was born in 1989," referring to her The 1989 World Tour.

The “Blank Space” singer then became nostalgic about her last Australian tour. “Back then seven years ago I was playing a club tour, I was playing really small venues, bars and clubs and having the best time with you so I decided I’ve got to keep coming back and it seems like it was just yesterday but now you’ve gone and filled up this giant stadium haven’t you,” Swift said, according to news.com.au.

She also thanked the crowd for showing their “caring” attitude to buy her albums and also talked about some of her songs. She told the audience about her Romeo and Juliet-inspired track, “Love Story” and said she wrote it on her bedroom floor when she was just 17. The song reached No. 1 spot in 2008 and Swift also sang it for the audience, along with her now popular track, “Shake It Off.” Both the songs were well received by the audience.

Other songs that entertained the audience were, “We are Never, Ever Getting Back Together” and “Bad Blood.” The crowd mostly consisted of primary school girls and teenagers, who grooved to Swift's tracks.

The 25-year-old songstress also performed a special acoustic version of her old 2010 hit “Mine” in honour of a young Australian fan Rachel who lost her life in a car accident. By the tribute, the songstress fulfilled the wish of her fans who had requested her to dedicate the song to their deceased pal and her mother.

“She would be honoured if "Mine" was played at your concert in Brisbane on the 5th December 2015, because after all she is the best thing that's ever been ours,” read one message from Rachel and her friends.

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