Taylor Swift made a triumphant return to the ACM Awards.
Swift played the country-tinged “Betty” for the 2020 ceremony at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, accompanied by a harmonica player.
Clad in a sequin-turtleneck, Swift told the tale of a regretful high-school love triangle. (Of course, it was the radio edit that switches up the NSFW-lyrics from “would you tell me to go f— myself” to “would you tell me to go straight to hell.”)
Watch a clip below:
It’s the first time in seven years that Swift has performed at the country-focused ceremony. The singer-songwriter has won 8 ACMs in her career.
“Betty” is off Taylor’s album Folkore, which spent six weeks atop of the Billboard 200.
The ACM Awards are produced by dick clark productions, which is owned by MRC Media, the parent company of Billboard.