Taylor Swift took the stage in Sao Paulo, performing 'Safe & Sound' and 'Untouchable' live for the first time in over a decade. 

On November 25, at her Saturday night performance at São Paulo, Brazil's Allianz Parque stadium, Taylor Swift shocked her fans by performing two of her rarest songs.

Swift addressed the São Paulo audience, saying, "This has been a tradition that I started on The Eras Tour,"

adding that she makes an effort to play two songs during her acoustic set that she has never played—or hasn't played in a very long time. "I have never, ever performed either of the songs I am performing tonight on this tour."

First up came a guitar rendition of "Safe & Sound" from the Hunger Games soundtrack. Swift last performed the song from the 2012 feature film on her Red Tour in 2013, which was ten years ago.

Swift sang the song solo on Saturday night, but The Civil Wars were on the original recording.

The ballad "Untouchable," which Swift rerecorded for Fearless (Taylor's Version), came next on the piano. Swift hasn't performed this song live since 2011.

The 1989 (Taylor's Version) song "Now That We Don't Talk" made its live debut on the first night in São Paulo. She teased the audience on Friday, saying, "I've never performed this one live before." 

"I'll see how I handle it," She surprised everyone again by playing a rare piano rendition of "Innocent" by Speak Now.

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