Taylor Swift is not about to let a little stage malfunction get in the way of entertaining her fans. Anthony and Stephanie, whose last names are unknown, both happen to be self-proclaimed Swifties who met five years ago at a concert during the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer's Red tour. It is unsure whether or not she'll be the third wheel to any other proposals but with her insanely dedicated fanbase, one would not be surprised if history repeats itself. The woman said yes!
"Hey Taylor Swift- we have never met, but anyway can you meet Lexi at your concert in Philly?" "We chose to go to a Taylor Swift concert".
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So to pass the time, Swift broke out into an a capella version of one of her very first hits, "Our Song", and then "Wildest Dreams" from her "1989" album. She is my BEST FRIEND and the love of my life.
The "Delicate" singer was doing a show Saturday night at Philly's Lincoln Financial Field, when she experienced some technical difficulties with her suspended basket mid-air.
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Taylor told the crowd: 'Pretty sure I am stuck up here.
The night before, Taylor performed her second sold out show in her hometown of Philadelphia. While fans were excited about the idea of her strutting through the sea of people, she chose to instead just sing an a cappella version of "Our Song" to pass the time as her crew figured out what to do. "We're going to enjoy being famous for a couple days".
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The president tweeted: "I told you so!" "They truly have taken advantage of the United States , but not for long!" he said.