Taylor Swift is having "the most fun" on her Eras Tour.

The award-winning star performed at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland, on Friday (07.06.24), and Taylor told the crowd that she's loved her tour so far, describing it as the best experience of her "entire life".

Taylor, 34, told the crowd: "My one regret before now is that I really should have come to perform in Scotland more. I can't stop staring at you. I'm captivated by this audience."

Taylor's concert featured some of her best-known hits, including 'Cruel Summer' and 'The Man', and she thanked the fans for giving her such a warm welcome in Scotland.

The blonde beauty said: "Tonight's concert is the most highly attended show in Scottish history.

"That is the wildest way to welcome a lass.

"After tonight, you're going to think about us and the memories we made."

During the show, Taylor also spotted a couple getting engaged.

The chart-topping singer - who is dating NFL star Travis Kelce - said: "I'm pretty sure I just saw an engagement … that's a pretty big moment … thanks for doing it here."

Taylor's shows are reportedly set to boost UK spending by almost £1 billion.

The 'Anti-Hero' hitmaker is playing 15 dates across June and August, with over a million fans expected to attend the shows.

Dr Peter Brooks, the chief behavioural scientist at Barclays, recently said: "When it comes to cultural icons like Taylor Swift - like we saw with Elvis and Beatlemania in the 50s and 60s - supporters have such a strong connection to the artist and to the rest of the fandom that the desire to spend becomes even more powerful.

"For non-fans, £848 may seem like an enormous amount to splash out on a concert, but for Eras Tour ticket-holders, every pound they spend is an investment in the memories they’ll create."