Taylor Swift made the Nashville return of her fans' wildest dreams.
The superstar surprised everyone with a performance at the iconic Bluebird Cafe, over a decade after she was first discovered in the same spot.
Swift sat down with Nashville Hall of Fame songwriter Craig Wiseman and performed "Better Man," which she originally wrote for Little Big Town.
Reminiscing when Taylor Swift sang Better Man and took a shot of fireball at Bluebird Cafe where her career began. I can’t wait to see her featured in #BluebirdTheMovie!!! @taylornation13 @taylorswift13 💛💛💛 pic.twitter.com/H2DiIJ1RPM— 𝕜𝕒𝕞 (@loverscornelias) January 16, 2019
It's our Nashville premiere week for #bluebirdthemovie! Here's just one sneak peek at a performance you'll see in the movie! There are still seats left for the Sat. 10/12 showing at 12 pm! Tickets: https://t.co/MFTffKWnCL🎬#craigwiseman #taylorswift #bluebirdcafe #MusicMonday pic.twitter.com/8F5YyM8tls— The Bluebird Cafe (@BluebirdCafeTN) October 7, 2019
Her stroll down memory lane will be included in the upcoming documentary, "Bluebird," which looks at the historic musical site that has given so many country music stars their big break.
We're 3 weeks away from our release of #bluebirdthemovie! On 12/3 it will be available everywhere you can rent/buy movies digitally from #iTunes to #comcast #amazon #direcTV & more! We can't wait for you guys to see it! Follow @Bluebird_Movie for updates & behind the scenes fun! pic.twitter.com/zwEFAy4pMK— The Bluebird Cafe (@BluebirdCafeTN) November 12, 2019
"Bluebird" will be showing in select movie theaters on Friday and available to watch on demand starting Dec. 3.