EntertainmentTaylor Swift swallows a fly mid-performance at packed Wembley concert

Taylor Swift swallows a fly mid‑performance at packed Wembley concert

Taylor Swift had an uncomfortable situation during a concert at Wembley
Taylor Swift had an uncomfortable situation during a concert at Wembley
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Ewa Sas

25 June 2024 18:54

Taylor Swift is touring the whole world with her "The Eras Tour". She has performed in London for the past three days at Wembley Stadium. However, the last of her concerts eventually became a survival school for the star. It was all because of a fly that flew into her mouth and hit her trachea.

The uncomfortable incident occurred when Swift performed the ten-minute version of "All Too Well". Her performance was almost interrupted for good.

In a recording that made it to social media, viewers can see Taylor standing by the microphone and playing the guitar. At one point, to the audience’s surprise, she announced that she had swallowed a fly and asked the audience to catch the beat and sing the lyrics for her.

Taylor did everything she could to continue singing, but she had to step aside and cough.

The singer quickly recovered, returned to singing the ballad, and did not need any more breaks for the rest of the ten-minute song.

Taylor Swift’s concert at Wembley. A performance with attractions

Another attraction of the concert, which the singer herself planned, was the participation of her boyfriend, Travis Kelce. Kelce appeared on stage with two dancers dressed in tuxedos while Taylor performed the song "The Tortured Poets Department."

While performing the song, Taylor pretended to faint while her partner, a professional American football player, helped her, lifted her in his arms, and carried her across the stage. Then the singer changed into a jacket and heels for the song "I Can Do It With a Broken Heart".

It was three crazy nights of concerts for Taylor, who sold out the entire Wembley Stadium. She will return to it in August and play another five concerts.

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