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Taylor Swift pauses her concert to help fans in distress on her Edinburgh Eras tour

Taylor Swift pauses her concert to help fans in distress on her Edinburgh Eras tour

Swift also surprised fans by adding two unique live performances to her setlist

During a recent concert in Edinburgh, Scotland, Taylor Swift demonstrated her commitment to the well-being of fans. While performing “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should” from her album “Midnights,” Swift identified a sad fan in the audience. A video now going viral on social media documents the moment, with Swift pausing the performance mid-song to address the situation. Remaining professional while keeping her guitar playing, she is clearly asking the fan for help, saying: “We need help in front of me, please.” Swift’s quick actions ensured that fans received immediate attention.

She continued, “I will keep playing until someone helps them, and then I will keep singing the song.” “I don’t think anyone has gotten to them yet, and they will. Because we won’t keep singing, we’ll just keep talking about people who need help in front of me. Just tell me when I can do this all night long.”

Once confirmation came that the fan was receiving help, Swift seamlessly resumed performing. With the words “Are you good? Great!” She checked on their well-being before continuing, “I could have done that.”

Watch the video here:

The next night of her three-night residency in Edinburgh, she treated fans to a special treat. Swift debuted “The Bolter” from the anthology edition of her latest album, “The Tortured Poets Department.” She then moved on to perform the song “Getaway Car” from her album “Reputation.”

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Swift also surprised fans by adding two unique live performances to her setlist. The first was a fun mashup, mixing the song “Crazier” from the 2009 movie “Hannah Montana: The Movie” soundtrack with “All of the Girls You’ve Loved Before.” “All of the Girls You’ve Loved Before” was originally released for her 2019 album “Lover” the previous year. Swift acknowledged the lesser-known track with a wink to the Edinburgh crowd at Murrayfield Stadium, saying: “You’ll get extra credit if you know this next song at all because it’s really, really old.”