The best moments from Taylor Swift's first Australian concert.

Oh, Taylor. Be still our beating hearts.

Some have called Taylor Swift the Queen of Pop.

And after her first Australian show in Sydney last night there is no doubt she officially owns that crown.

You fabulous, gal.

Weren’t able to get a ticket? Not to worry. We’ve collated a list of the most fabulous moments of Swift’s concert last night.

Let’s go.

1. The moment she arrived. 

She won the crowd over straight away.

Here it is in close-up.

Taylor. Arriving.

That’s a black leather skirt, an utterly dazzling, sparkly jacket and just a casual 20 male dancers having a jolly good time around her.

Taylor had the entire stadium pumped with a film of her waving as she walked out from backstage:

Walking and waving to the crowd.


2. Her outfits. 

Taylor definitely took her outfits to the next level for her Sydney concert. Whether dressed as a human disco ball or a full leather suit, these outfits rocked as much as her music.

Take a scroll through to check out what Taylor wore last night. (Post continues after gallery.)


3. The crowd was amazing.


Last night, 76,000 people rocked up to sing and dance and marvel at Tay-Tay.


76,000 people. That’s HUGE.

Let’s put that into perspective.

That is one of the largest EVER crowds she has ever performed in front of.

And, the largest crowd of Taylor Swift’s 1989 tour. All of it.

Claps to Australia for absolutely nailing it.

Even Taylor was pretty stoked.

She loved it.

4. Everyone’s reactions. 

Even before the concert began people were kind of losing their minds about actually seeing Taylor Swift.

Swifty fans did not disappoint in their reaction to her mindblowing concert.

Scroll through the gallery to check out some of the best responses — and even some of the unlikely politicians (Scott Morrison, we’re looking at you) who turned up.

Well, there you have it.

Taylor Swift was minus a special guest last night, but she’s forgiven because this show was being filmed for the official DVD.

Here at Mamamia we are still campaigning for #Chin4TayTay.

Do you have any moments to add?