Taylor Swift performed on Saturday Night Live for the fifth time last night and did something completely unprecedented. Instead of partaking in the two-performance format, that the show is known for, she sang one song “that is the length of three songs” and treated fans to the 10-minute-long version of “All Too Well,” which appears on her just-released album, Red (Taylor’s Version) (and was accompanied by its own short film).
The short film that was written, directed and featured Swift played in the background as she performed the song, which concluded with fake snow falling.
She also appeared in a video with Pete Davidson titled Three Sad Virgins. In it, they roasted the trio of Ben Marshall, John Higgins and Martin Herlihy.
Swift is currently in the process of re-recording her first six albums, which were originally released on Big Machine Records, so she can retain rights to her songs. Red (Taylor’s Version) follows Fearless (Taylor’s Version), which was released last year. Read our review of her latest re-release here.
Saweetie is set to be SNL‘s musical guest next week, with Simu Liu hosting.