Taylor Swift performed in Toronto over the weekend and she brought with her a medley of hits by Canadian artists that included Justin Bieber's 'Baby.'

"You guys have some incredible musicians from Canada," Swift told the crowd while strumming an acoustic guitar. She asked her fans to sing along as she began playing Alanis Morissette's 'You Learn.'

"I just have to represent for my boy, who's from here," Swift then says as she began playing 'Baby.' The audience was so eager to sing along with Bieber's smash hit that at one point Swift stopped singing and let them handle the words.

Swift continued with Tal Bachman's 'She's So High,' which she called her favorite '90s song, before launching into the full version of her hit 'You Belong With Me,' which included a walk through the audience and another crowd sing-along.

Many pop artists on extensive tours choose to present the same set every night with no surprises, so it's cool to see Taylor mix things up and cater to the local crowd. The Speak Now World Tour returns to the States this week with four shows in New Jersey and continues through the end of November.

Watch Taylor Swift Perform 'You Learn' / 'Baby' / 'She's So High' / 'You Belong With Me'