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Taylor Swift Defends A Fan From Security At The "Eras Tour" In Philadelphia

On Saturday, at the last stop of her "Eras Tour" in Philadelphia, it looked like Taylor Swift defends a fan from security. People are sharing videos of the moment on social media. Swift stopped singing her 2014 hit "Bad Blood" at the Lincoln Financial Field show to help a fan. This was caught on video.

William Willis
May 16, 2023165 Shares2196 Views
On Saturday, at the last stop of her "Eras Tour" in Philadelphia, it looked like Taylor Swift defends a fan from security. People are sharing videos of the moment on social media. Swift stopped singing her 2014 hit "Bad Blood" at the Lincoln Financial Field show to help a fan. This was caught on video.
From the videos, it's not clear what happened in the crowd to cause the reaction, but Swift quickly went back to singing "Bad Blood," which may have been a good choice at the time.

Taylor Swift Defends A Fan From Security

Taylor Swift shouts at security guard mid-performance in defence of fan

Taylor Swift may have played "Bad Blood" for a short time at her last show. The singer seemed to help a fan who was having trouble with a security guard during her show in Philadelphia on Saturday night.
People who were at the Eras tour stop took different videos of her yelling at a certain spot on the floor of the Lincoln Financial Field. Swift yelled while singing her hit song "1989." Then she pointed and waved her hand and said:
She's fine, she wasn't even doing anything! Hey, stop!- Taylor Swift
Even though the video doesn't make it clear, one fan who was there said on Twitter that the problem started when security "kept putting their hands on us to physically push us off of the barricade instead of just telling us to move."
Saturday's show wasn't just about bad feelings. Other videos on social media seem to show thousands of Swifties without seats gathering outside the open-air stadium to sing along from afar during the show as a good way to support their "Anti-Hero."
Swift's last Eras Tour show will be in Philadelphia on Sunday, and then she will go to Foxborough, Massachusetts. In August, she will spend five nights at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood to finish off the trip.
Since it started in March, Swift's first tour in five years has made news, including a performance in the rain after a lightning delay and the announcement of her next album. There have also been reports that Swift and Matty Healy, the lead singer of the band 1975, are getting back together.
The singer will go to Massachusetts the weekend after her last show in Philadelphia, which is on Sunday. Swift's "Eras Tour" began in Glendale, Arizona, in March. It's been five years since her last trip.
The "Bad Blood" shout-out happened just one day after Swift, while on her Eras Tour, gave a shout-out to Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively's kids, Inez and James.
In a video taken by a fan that night, it's not clear what she says off-mike, but it looks like she says "hi" to each of them while she's singing. James, who is 7, and Inez, who is 6, are Lively and Reynolds' oldest two children. They came to Philadelphia ready to cheer for "Aunt" Taylor, and it was clear that they had planned ahead.
The two kids were also seen leaving the stage with their mom, who is 35, and Swift on Friday. Swift was holding James's hand as she and James left the stage and waved to fans. Reynolds, who is 46, and Lively have a daughter named Betty who is 3 years old. They had their fourth child in February.

Conclusion

On Saturday night, there seemed to be some problems at Taylor Swift's Eras Tour, and the pop star tried to fix them. Fans say that during her performance of "Bad Blood" on the second night of her three-show run at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field, Swift called out security for how they dealt with a concertgoer. The clip has since gone viral.
Several people on Twitter shared a conversation between the "Mastermind" singer and her security team in which she asked them to leave a fan alone.
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