​Taylor Swift Returns To The Saturday Night Live Stage For The First Time Since 2009

Call it what you want, but we'd call Taylor Swift's return to the Saturday Night Live stage a success.

On Nov. 12, 2017, just one day after Swift released her highly-anticipated album Reputation, the pop star hit the SNL stage to perform two songs from her album: "...Ready For It?" and an acoustic version of "Call It What You Want."

According to an E! News source Swift's parents, Scott and Andrea Swift, were in the audience for the pop star's big night. Toddrick Hall, one of Swift's close friends and Look What You Made Me Do back-up dancer, was also reportedly in attendance.

This was Swift's first performance on the late night sketch show since 2009 and her first public performance of any of the songs off of Reputation.

Although the pop darling hasn't physically been on the show since 2009, she's been there in spirit. Swift was impersonated by Gwyneth Paltrow in 2011 and Kristen Wiig in December 2011 and February 2012, respectively.

While we wait to see what else Swift is cooking up during the Reputation era, read up on small details you missed in her "...Ready For It?" music video