See the Cute Way Taylor Swift Took over the Disney+ Homepage for Eras Tour Film Premiere

'Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour' premiered Thursday

<p>Don Arnold/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs in Sydney in February 2024

Don Arnold/TAS24/Getty

Taylor Swift performs in Sydney in February 2024

Disney+ celebrated the premiere of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour  the proper way.

On Thursday, which marked the premiere of her concert film, Taylor Swift got some extra love from Disney with a homepage takeover on the streaming service.

The takeover, which happened for one day only, featured nine sets of titles for movie sections inspired by each of her eras and labeled "Disney's Version."

Each section included films that matched the era's theme. For example: several movies that were released in 1989 were placed under 1989, while films with villains like Cruella were placed under Reputation and Cinderella was fittingly under Midnights, according to a video on TikTok shared by a fan.

Related: Taylor Swift Shares Unseen Footage of the Acoustic Songs in The Eras Tour Concert Film Ahead of Its Disney+ Release

The newly expanded concert film includes five bonus songs: "Cardigan" and four acoustic songs: "Death by a Thousand Cuts," "Maroon," "You Are in Love" and "I Can See You." The four acoustic songs are in the 26-minute acoustic collection extra, along with "Our Song" and "You’re on Your Own, Kid."

<p>Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift performs in Singapore on March 2, 2024

Ashok Kumar/TAS24/Getty

Taylor Swift performs in Singapore on March 2, 2024

Earlier this week, Swift, 34, premiered clips of the acoustic songs on Good Morning America, kicking the teases off with “Maroon,” which she shared a cllip of and Disney+ reposted on social media on Monday.

The documentary directed by Sam Welch and filmed over the course of three Eras Tour shows at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium in August 2023 was first released to cinemas in October 2023. The film was then released digitally with three bonus songs: "Wildest Dreams,” “The Archer” and “Long Live."

Related: Is Taylor Swift's Eras Tour Film Kid-Friendly? What to Know Before Watching on Disney+

Upon the release of The Eras Tour, the movie became a box office smash, earning over $260 million worldwide box office and shattering records to become the top selling concert film of all-time.

On April 19, the "Karma" singer will release her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department. She announced its release during her acceptance speech for best pop vocal album for Midnights.

The singer-songwriter has a few weeks off before she resumes the international leg of her Eras Tour in Paris on May 9.

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