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  • Taylor Swift nearly made a young fan’s dream come true by bringing her onstage during her Eras Tour.
  • But a clip from the interaction shows how she quickly changed her mind.
  • Explaining her decision later in the concert, Swift said she was thinking about the child’s safety. 

Taylor Swift nearly made a young fan’s dream come true by bringing her onstage during an Eras Tour show, but she said she immediately changed her mind when she thought about the child’s safety. 

While performing “22” at the Eras Tour concert in Chicago on Saturday, the singer, 33, had a brief interaction with a young girl in the crowd.

A clip of the moment shows how Swift gave a young girl in the audience her black top hat and appeared to briefly try to help her get on the stage before ushering her back down. 


In the caption of the 15-second clip, which has amassed nearly 150,000 views, the user wrote: “BLESS THE GIRL WHO GOT THE 22 HAT TRIED TO CLIMB ON STAGE.”

Later in the concert, Swift told the audience that she was thinking of the fan’s safety. A clip shared by fan account @UpdatingSwiftly on Twitter caught the moment Swift addressed the interaction.

“I’m just like ‘I’m going to bring her on the stage, I’m just going to hug her and bring her on the stage,'” Swift said, recalling her mindset. “And then I remembered we don’t have a safe way to get her off the stage.”

“My brain just went completely blank and I was just like ‘You’re so sweet and cute, come up on the stage,'” she added. “She was confused and I was confused, so just if anyone else was confused, that was because that child was so adorable that I tried to make her a part of the show and I had no control over it.”

It’s not the first time that Swift has thought of the safety of her fans during the tour. In May, she interrupted her performance of “Bad Blood” to protect a fan from security at her concert in Philadelphia.

Fan footage appeared to show the “Midnights” singer shouting at security to defend a concert-goer midway through a performance.

The fan, who identified herself as Kelly, explained her side of the story in a TikTok video posted to her friend’s account.

“Taylor noticed that I was having fun and that he didn’t like it, and she didn’t like it,” she added. 


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