Taylor Swift Tells Security to Fire Fan at Philadelphia Show

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There was almost a little blood in between. Taylor Swift and at the singer’s show in Philadelphia on Saturday, stadium security paused to repeatedly ask a guard or guards to fire a fan as a conflict developed while singing “Bad Blood.”

As with anything on a Swift show, there were tens of thousands of cameras aimed at her, and a 25-second clip of the singer on Twitter had more than 3 million views on Sunday morning. The video of what happened between the fan and the security guard was more difficult to find; Attendees at the Lincoln Financial Field show alternately submitted reports that the fan was confronted because it was too close to a barricade or was taken to take pictures (not allowed on the tour).

Swift isn’t known for breaking character to comment on what’s going on in an audience in the middle of the song. term tourso the change came to the fore and quickly gained strength among international Swifties.

“He’s fine,” Swift was first seen talking to security during the trick. Then: “He wasn’t doing anything.” The singer shouts: “Hey! Stop!” And then again, “hey!” in the lyrics, he once again orders safety to “stop” before continuing his singing and choreography.

Swift reps could not be immediately reached for comment on what caught the singer’s attention.

The reactions on social media were of great support to the singer, who paid attention to what was happening in the audience during her performance. The news also caught the attention of far fewer commentators who said an actor shouldn’t second guess safety during a show.

Otherwise, the performance progressed uneventfully at what Swift calls the “hometown” shows on the tour. (She grew up in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, before moving with her family to Tennessee when she was in her early teens.)

At Saturday’s show, the first and possibly only “surprise songs” played on the tour were “Forever & Always”, which Lena Dunham said was her request, and the old song “This Love” played acoustically on the guitar. , the second on the piano. At the Philadelphia opening the previous night, the surprises were “Gold Rush” and “Come Back… Be Here”. The first song had never been played live before, and the second was only getting its second concert appearance after playing once in Toronto in 2018.

His three-night affair in Philly continues with closing night at Financial Field on Sunday. The Eras tour kicked off in Glendale, Arizona on March 17 and will conclude on August 9 in the US with the final night of a five-night stand at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium.

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