Taylor Swift really didn't waste any time with "Christmas Tree Farm." The pop star wrote the song shortly after Thanksgiving, released it on December 6, and performed it live for the first time during her Jingle Bell Ball set in London on Sunday (December 8).

Donning a white romper and thigh-high boots, Swift grabbed a Santa hat before diving into the song. The track's video, composed of festive home videos of her family's time owning a Christmas tree farm, projected behind her as she sang.

"Christmas Tree Farm," which was written and recorded in just five days, is the 29-year-old's first holiday song since releasing her Sounds of the Season: The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection EP in 2007.

Her setlist also reportedly included "Blank Space," "ME!" "London Boy," "Lover," "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," "22," "You Need to Calm Down" and "Shake It Off." Watch her debut "Christmas Tree Farm" live below.

Before Swift decided to release the festive tune, she consulted the itty bitty pretty kitty committee aka her cats Meredith, Benjamin and Olivia, and the result is hilarious. Watch that video below.

 

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