Taylor Swift breaks silence after being forced to halt Edinburgh shows

Taylor Swift breaks silence after being forced to halt Edinburgh shows

Taylor Swift has broken her silence on the slew of emotional Edinburgh shows at the Murrayfield Stadium after she was forced to halt shows. Taylor recently performed three consecutive nights at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.



Breaking records, thrilling fans and making changes to the tour due to the cold weather in the UK, Taylor has now spoken out about the trio of gigs.



Taylor Swift breaks silence after being forced to halt Edinburgh shows



The hitmaker has taken to Instagram and Twitter, now known as X, to share a slew of snaps from the three nights. Accompanying the photos, Taylor penned an emotional caption filled with gratitude for her fans, with her declaring her love for all 220,000 of them. She said- in the caption: “Edinburgh!!! You truly blew me away this weekend.

Thank you for breaking the all-time attendance record for a stadium show in Scotland 3 times in a row and for all the ways you made us feel right at home. Love you, all 220,000 of you!!!”



This comes after the hitmaker was forced to halt her show a number of times across the three days that she performed in the Scottish capital. During night two, Taylor was forced to stop singing on three separate occasions.




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Keeping an eye on her beloved fans as she performed for the crowd, Taylor often looked out to her fans throughout the show. The first time during the show that Taylor noticed fans needed help was during All Too Well. “We need some help over there please,” she said pointing to the crowd.

She stopped playing her guitar but kept singing, pointing with both hands towards the fans in trouble until help was brought.

Then during her song Betty, from the 2020 Folklore album, Taylor stopped mid-word to point again to the crowd and say: “We need some help right there.” She seamlessly continued singing her hit song from Folklore.

@giulisorre queen of breaking her own records 🩷💅🏼 #taylorswift #swifttok #tstheerastour #swiftie #erastouroutfits #taylornation #taylorsversion #edinburghtstheerastour #erastour #edinburghn3 ♬ original sound – giulia 🤍🪩✨

The third and final time of the night was when Taylor was singing The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived. “We need some help please,” she said, pointing again to the crowd before continuing the song. Also while performing in Scotland, Taylor was forced to make a change to her outfit for The Tortured Poets Department set.

After experiencing an on-stage blunder where her hand froze due to the cold weather during night one, Taylor then introduced some gloves to her look on nights two and three.

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