Everything that’s different in Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour (Europe’s Version)

Taylor Swift kicked off the European leg of her Eras Tour in Paris with numerous changes, including new outfits, frightening visuals and an altered set list featuring songs from “The Tortured Poets Department.”

During the show on Thursday, Swift announced she was condensing her “Evermore” and “Folklore” eras into a single “Folkmore” set.

In order to make room for new “TTPD” material, the 34-year-old pop star cut several songs from various eras, including “The Archer,” “Long Live,” “Tolerate It,” “Tis the Damn Season,” “The Last Great American Dynasty,” “Mastermind” and “The 1.”

However, new “TTPD” additions featured “But Daddy, I Love Him,” “So High School,” “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me,” “Down Bad,” “Fortnight,” “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived” and “I Can Do It With A Broken Heart,” for which she had an onstage costume change from a white dress into a glistening black two-piece.

Swift also donned a sparkling red bodysuit for the beginning of the show — instead of the pink-and-blue number she previously wore — and swapped in a black dress with metallic fringe for the “Fearless” portion of the performance.

New visuals during the show included Swift appearing to be abducted by aliens, and a scarier graphic of Swift’s face with hollowed-out eyes.

Later in the night, she surprised the audience with two more songs, including, of course, “Paris” from her “Midnights” album, which she performed on an acoustic guitar, and “loml” from “The Tortured Poets Department,” which she played on the piano.

Other changes in the evening included a new introduction to the concert that featured music from “TTPD,” and a shift in the order of her eras, with her “Red” album coming in an earlier part of the show.

In total, Swift performed 45 songs spanning her 18-year career for the thousands in attendance at the París La Défense Arena.

The Eras Tour continues in Paris through May 12, before moving on to Sweden, Portugal and the U.K. in June. The worldwide tour will conclude in Vancouver, British Columbia, in early December.