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Swift in pictures: US megastar kicks off 15-stop UK leg of Eras tour

Taylor Swift has kicked off the UK-leg of her tour in Edinburgh.

The pop megastar put on a colourful show for her fans in Murrayfield Stadium on Friday.

On the first of 15 stops in the UK, Swift wowed more than 70,000 fans with a show running over three hours.

Catch up: Taylor Swift’s Murrayfield Stadium performance as it happened

Friday is the first of three shows in Scotland before she moves on to Liverpool and Cardiff, with two stretches in London.

Fans sang along through the night as Swift moved through a grand tour of her 11 albums.

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Fans were wowed by the performance and sang along to some of her biggest hits. Pic: PA
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Fans were wowed by the performance and sang along to some of her biggest hits. Pic: PA

Swift performed tonight at the Murrayfield Stadium. Pic: PA
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Swift performed tonight at the Murrayfield Stadium. Pic: PA

Swift onstage during Friday's performance. Pic: PA
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Swift onstage during Friday’s performance. Pic: PA

Tonight marks the first of 15 stops in the UK for Swift
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Tonight marks the first of 15 stops in the UK for Swift. Pic: PA

Fans sang along as Swift performed songs from across her discography. Pic: PA
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Fans sang along as Swift performed songs from across her discography. Pic: PA

Swift wowed in Edinburgh Friday. Pic: PA
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Swift in Edinburgh on Friday. Pic: PA

From Blank Space to Shake It Off, Swift performed some of her biggest tracks. Pic: PA
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From Blank Space to Shake It Off, Swift performed some of her biggest tracks. Pic: PA


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The hotly-anticipated tour landed in the UK this week. Pic: PA
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The hotly-anticipated tour landed in the UK this week. Pic: PA

One Edinburgh business changed their name ahead of Swift's arrival in Scotland. Pic: PA
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One Edinburgh business changed their name ahead of Swift’s arrival in Scotland. Pic: PA

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