Taylor Swift will make her comeback after seven years at the Academy of Country Music Awards (ACM Awards), the singer announced on Twitter.

On her page, Swift shares a video with a commercial from the ACM Awards. Her return is announced in a grand way: “After seven years, Taylor Swift is back on the ACM stage.”

The singer will sing her country song Betty , from her latest album Folklore , during the awards show . “I’ll show up at your party again,” Swift writes with the video.

In the song, Swift sings about a holiday romance she had when she was seventeen. Since Swift is singing about a woman, fans speculated that the 30-year-old singer would be bisexual.

After a long career in country music, Swift decided to switch to pop music in 2014 and has since been out of the country show. Still, on her last two albums, Lover and Folklore, Swift added country songs again, including Soon You’ll Get Better and Betty .