Taylor Swift fans are outraged after one of the star’s most popular songs was unexpectedly left off the setlist.
The 33-year-old “Love Story” hitmaker hit the red carpet for the premiere of her highly anticipated concert film “Eras Tour” at The Grove in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
But fans were quick to take to Twitter when they discovered that one of the star’s hit songs had been surprisingly left out of the film.
“Long Live,” which is from Taylor’s third album “Speak Now,” was left off the set, even though footage of the song was featured in the film’s trailer.
Desperate fans took to Twitter in droves to express their anger.
Theatre! Taylor Swift fans are outraged after one of the star’s most popular songs was unexpectedly left off the setlist (pictured on Wednesday night).
“Shocking: Long Live,” which is from Taylor’s third album “Speak Now,” was left off the set, even though footage of the song was featured in the film’s trailer
Fan account Taylor Swift Facts shared the news, announcing: “@TaylorSwift13 has cut ‘Long Live’ from ‘The Eras Tour Film’.”
One shouted: “IS THIS REAL WTF” and another wrote: “Please tell me you’re joking” with a crying emoji.
Proving that Long Live is featured in the film, another shared the screenshot and wrote: “HOWWWWW???!??? THIS WAS SHOWN IN THE TRAILER.
“Please don’t remove any other songs,” begged another fan.
Another commented: “Does she hate us a bit?” before adding: “She’ll make us leave.”
Another simple one wrote: “SHE DIDN’T.”
“Long Live” didn’t join the Eras tour setlist until July, when Taylor introduced the track as part of the show during her performance in Denver.
The addition came after Taylor re-released her third album, Speak Now, and penned a heartfelt message to her devout fan base.
Breaking News: A fan account shared the news with their followers
Tragedy: Fans were left distraught as they expressed their anger on Twitter
The multiple Grammy winner said it felt nostalgic to revisit the songs she wrote on the cusp of womanhood and how “proud” she was to share tracks that weren’t on the original album would have managed.
‘It is here. It’s yours, it’s mine, it’s ours. “It’s an album I wrote solely about the whims, fantasies, heartaches, dramas and tragedies I experienced as a young woman between the ages of 18 and 20,” Swift wrote on Instagram.
As a result, fans are incredibly upset after the song was removed from the setlist.
Another asked: “Why does she hate me?” and another added: “This hurts so much.”
One fan seemed to take the news to heart, tweeting: “We lost today.”
The sad news comes after Taylor sensationally announced that the film will now be released a day early due to “unprecedented demand”.
Not Added to the List: “Long Live” was only added to the Eras tour setlist in July, when Taylor introduced the track during her performance in Denver as part of the show, but was reportedly left off the list
Although the film was originally scheduled to premiere on Friday, she delighted her fans by announcing that the film will now hit theaters on Thursday.
Wednesday’s premiere was hosted by Taylor at The Grove outdoor mall in Los Angeles, which was closed all day for the high-profile event
As more than 2,200 of her fans descended on The Grove LA mall for the whirlwind event, Taylor took to her social media to share the latest development in the film’s blockbuster rollout.
“See what you really forced me to do,” she wrote in a sly reference to her breakout 2017 single “Look What You Made Me Do.”