Taylor Swift Backup Dancer Video Goes Viral

Taylor Swift Backup Dancer Video Goes Viral

Taylor Swift‘s fans “forgot” they were at her concert because they were too distracted by one of her backup dancers.

Swift is currently in the middle of the European leg of her record-breaking Eras world tour, with fans sharing their favorite moments on social media.



Many Swifties were smitten with one the singer’s dancers, Jan Ravnik.

The Lost Angeles-based dancer caught the eye of one fan thanks to his washboard abs and sexy dance moves during the song “I Knew You Were Trouble.”

Taylor Swift Backup Dancer Video Goes Viral

“I forgot I was at a Taylor Swift concert,” wrote @ikayak7, and was translated from Spanish to English. The post went viral with more than 688,000 views.



Other Swifties took to the comments to share the admiration for Ravnik.

“Whoever he winked at, I hope they’re still with us,” replied @tashwilk.

“The Magic Jan show featuring Taylor Swift,” added @robinettekelly.

And @kgheener wrote: “So nice of Taylor to play background music for me to fall in love.”

Newsweek contacted Ravnik by email for comment.

@ikayak7 Me olvide que es el concierto de Taylor. #thebestdayofmylife #theerastourmadrid #theerastourtaylorswifts #concierto #taylorswift #theerastour #janravnik ♬ sonido original – Kaya Kaya

At her Friday show in Scotland, Swift was greeted with a bagpipe performance of her hit song “Love Story.”



The Reel Time Band, an 11-piece ensemble featuring eight highland bagpipers and three drummers, performed outside Edinburgh’s Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium and wore traditional kilts for the performance.

“Taylor’s tunes translate surprisingly well to traditional Scottish instruments. We’re all huge music fans, so we’re delighted to help welcome Taylor to Scotland in the best way we know how,” said Roddy Deans, pipe major of The Reel Time Band.



Taylor Swift Backup Dancer Video Goes Viral

Another sweet gesture for the singer was that the stadium changed its sponsorship signage for her concerts from “Scottish Gas” to “Scottish Lass.” Swift revealed in 2015 that she has Scottish heritage.



Even Edinburgh’s local council paid tribute to the star, and on its website it had an advisory page called “Edinburgh gets Taylored,” for the thousands of fans pouring into the city for her concert.

“We are delighted that Taylor Swift has chosen to bring her tour to our city. We know she and all her loyal Swifties will enjoy true Scottish hospitality and receive a warm welcome to our capital city,” the council wrote.

Taylor Swift Backup Dancer Video Goes Viral



Swift started her Eras Tour in March 2023, and has already performed across the U.S., and in Australia, Asia, Mexico, and South America, before arriving in Europe this summer.

Ahead of hitting the halfway point of its 152 shows, the record-breaking production last year became the first ever tour to break the $1 billion barrier.

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