At her most recent “Eras Tour” stop in Philadelphia on Saturday, Taylor Swift appeared to assist a concertgoer in the audience, and footage of the interaction are going viral on social media. Swift was seen in videos from the concert at Lincoln Financial Field halting her 2014 song “Bad Blood” to speak up for someone in the audience.
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Taylor Swift defends fan from a security guard during ‘Bad Blood’ at her Eras Tour.
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Swift can be heard shouting into the throng, visibly upset by what she had seen, “She’s fine.” She said, “She wasn’t doing anything,” pausing once more before saying, “Hey, stop,” twice more. It’s unclear from the videos what happened in the audience to cause the reaction, but Swift is soon seen picking up where she left off with “Bad Blood” — possibly a fitting song for the time — without a hitch.
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Swift’s agent and Lincoln Financial Field have both been contacted for comment. There wasn’t altogether animosity on Saturday’s episode. In other social media footage, it appears that hundreds of Swifties without tickets have gathered outside the open-air stadium to sing along with the performance from a distance in a dignified display of support for their “Anti-Hero.”
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Following her third and last performance in Philadelphia on Sunday, the singer will depart for Massachusetts the following weekend. Swift’s “Eras Tour” began in March in Glendale, Arizona, and is her first tour in five years.
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