Taylor Swift sang on "Saturday Night Live" the ten-minute version of "All Too Well"


November 15, 2021

Taylor Swift returned to "Saturday Night Live" to perform the ten-minute version of "All Too Well" on the night of Saturday, November 13, from her new album "Red (Taylor's Version)", which was released a day earlier.

In the first TV presentation of the extended version of "All Too Well", the 31-year-old pop star appeared on stage, covered in leaves, wearing only black and a red lipstick, while playing an acoustic guitar.

In the background they were playing shots from the short film for "All Too Well".

When Taylor Swift's stunning appearance on "Saturday Night Live" came to an end, fake snow began to fall from the roof, covering the singer's shoulders.

The pop star made only one appearance on "Saturday Night Live" instead of performing two songs, as is usually done by artists who are guests of the popular American show.

The 10-minute version of "All Too Well" is one of nine bonus songs included in Taylor Swift's "Red (Taylor's Version)", the new recording of her "Red" album originally released in 2012.

Taylor Swift has released a short film for the extended version of "All Too Well" starring Dylan O'Brien ("Maze Runner") and Sadie Sink ("Stranger Things"), written and directed by the same singer. .

Before taking the stage on "Saturday Night Live" to sing, Taylor Swift starred in a comedy sketch on the show "Please Don't Destroy", in which Pete Davidson scolds the comedy trio "Three Sad Virgins" Ben Marshall, John Higgins and Martin Herlihy.

This was Taylor Swift's fifth appearance on "Saturday Night Live" and her first appearance on the show in two years.