Taylor Swift opened her South American leg of her Eras Tour last weekend in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and there is so much to unpack. Thursday night, Swift opened her acoustic set by playing The Very First Night, a vault track from Red (Taylor’s Version), and Labyrinth from Midnights. Labyrinth brought a grin to Swift's face as she sang “I’m falling in love again.” This was the first show since she became public with Travis Kelce, the tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs. This pleased her fans beyond measure as in her past performances, Swift has been blank faced as she sang any song about her previous relationship with actor, Joe Alwyn. Swift had to postpone her Friday night show due to weather, but her Saturday night show was surely one for the books. During the acoustic section, Swift sang a mashup of Is It Over Now? and Out of the Woods which left all Swifties absolutely speechless. To top it off, she sang a piano version of End Game which fans speculate is a symbol for her relationship with Kelce: Their relationship is “End Game.” To finish the night strong, Swift sang, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs coming straight home to me,” in her fan favorite song Karma from Midnights. Kelce was extremely bashful after hearing this, sharing a laugh with Swift’s dad, Scott. Swift closed off this city for her international tour on Sunday, and she will next be in Rio starting Saturday, November 18th. So far, the international leg of the Eras Tour is off to a monumental start, and Swifties are on the edge of their seats waiting to see what else Swift can bring to the table and when she will announce the re-recordings of Reputation and Taylor Swift.