Watch Taylor Swift perform ‘End Game’ with Ed Sheeran for the first time

The singer also gave 'Look What You Made Me Do' it's live debut last night (December 1)

Taylor Swift performed ‘Reputation‘ track ‘End Game’ live for the first time last night (December 1), with the help of Ed Sheeran.

The pop star made her return to the stage in Los Angeles after 10 months out of action. The last time she performed live was in February at a pre-Super Bowl gig in Houston, Texas.

Appearing at the KIIS Jingle Ball concert at LA’s The Forum, Swift played a six-song set that included three ‘Reputation’ tracks, as Rolling Stone reports. As well as ‘End Game’, the singer dropped her comeback track ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ and subsequent single ‘‚ĶReady For It?’ into the setlist.

Sheeran joined her to perform ‘End Game’, but fellow collaborator Future was not present to recreate his contribution. Watch footage of the performance above.

Elsewhere in the set, Swift played ‘Blank Space’, ‘Shake It Off’, and Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack song, ‘I Don’t Wanna Live Forever’.

Swift will be back on stage tonight (December 2) as she takes part in Poptopia 2017 in San Jose. She will begin her own raft of headline dates in May 2018 in the US, before arriving in the UK and Ireland in June.

The singer’s UK and Ireland dates are as follows:

Manchester, Etihad Stadium (June 8, 9)
Dublin, Croke Park (15, 16)

London, Wembley Stadium (22, 23)

Tickets are on sale now, with remaining passes available here. Swift released her sixth album ‘Reputation‘ on November 10, but withheld it from streaming sites until Friday (December 1).