Taylor Swift Delivers Stunning “I Did Something Bad” Live Performance to Kick of AMAs 2018

Returning from one of the highest grossing tours ever, Taylor Swift took no break to deliver yet another ‘Reputation’ Tour track to the audience of American Music Awards 2018 last night. Taylor Swift kicked off the AMAs held at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles with a stunning performance of “I Did Something Bad” from the ‘Reputation’ album. Needless to say, Taylor’s trusted companion-the giant snake-made an appearance last night as well.

Taylor Swift not only delivered this stunning performance, but she was also able to set a new AMAs record for herself. After grabbing 4 awards last night, now Taylor Swift has the highest AMA wins for a female artist. This record was previously held by Whitney Houston. Taylor has a total of 23 AMA wins as of now.

Taylor Swift managed to win all four of her nominations-‘Tour of the Year’, for her ‘Reputation Tour,’ ‘Favorite Album — Pop/Rock’ for ‘Reputation’ album, ‘Favorite Female Artist Pop/Rock,’ and ‘Artist of the Year.’

Watch Taylor Swift Perform “I Did Something Bad” Live at AMA 2018

https://youtu.be/JMk8sb4SKRc

This live version of “I Did Something Bad” is not the typical album version we have listened to and seen on the ‘Reputation’ Tour. This rendition took the sound of a whole other track. It worked well in this case, although the start seemed a bit fragile.

Taylor Swift completed the stage with the massive snake that toured all over the world with her ‘Reputation’ Tour. Snakes have been the underlying theme of this era and Taylor is the Queen of Snakes. Check below Instagram post by the superstar.

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Adam McDonald

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