Why Fans Were Looking at Taylor Swift’s Mom During London Performance

Why Fans Were Looking at Taylor Swift's Mom During London Performance

Taylor Swift‘s mom, Andrea Swift, had a front-row seat to witness her daughter’s monumental performance at London’s Wembley Stadium on Sunday, June 22.

 

 

During the show, Taylor, 34, sang her hit song “thanK you aIMee,” which she performed for the first time since its release as part of a mashup with “Mean.”

 

 

Why Fans Were Looking at Taylor Swift's Mom During London Performance

The song is widely believed to reference her longstanding feud with Kim Kardashian, particularly with the line, “Everyone knows my mother is a saintly woman, but she used to say she wished that you were dead.”

 

 

As Taylor sang the emotionally charged lyrics, all eyes seemingly turned to Andrea. Captured on video in the VIP tent – which also hosted Taylor’s boyfriend Travis Kelce, his brother Jason Kelce, and friends Sophie Turner and Gracie Abrams, as well as other prominent guests throughout the weekend – the 66-year-old was seen waving her arms enthusiastically as the crowd erupted in cheers.

 

 

 

 

Fans were quick to comment on the heartwarming video, which was shared to X (formerly known as Twitter). “The way everyone cheered for her 😭 why is that the cutest thing,” said one fan, while another agreed, “Awww Andrea! Love this for her.” Another Swiftie shared her love for Taylor’s mom,” Oh Andrea mother icon legend and the moment period.”

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