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Taylor Swift Halts Scotland’s Biggest Ever Stadium Concert Over Hand Injury, Distressed Fan

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“This has never happened before,” Swift said. “It’s so embarrassing. My hand’s like a claw!”

Temperatures in Edinburgh dropped to the 40s Friday night, making a hand-cramping chill almost inevitable during her outdoor stadium-focused tour. One thing that might warm her up is the news that she’s broken new records for the isle of Scotland. “I had someone pull me aside and say, ‘Hey, we’ve checked this 20 times and we swear… tonight’s concert is the most highly attended stadium show in Scottish history,'” Swift said from the stage Friday night.

Taylor Swift performs at Scottish Gas Murrayfield Stadium on June 07, 2024 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

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And if that’s not enough, there’s always Outlander star Sam Heughan, who announced on Instagram that he’d be at one of the shows. The actor promised that when “she sees me in the audience, she’s gonna forget all about him and fall for a man in a ginger wig. How could she resist?”

“You know, she’s gonna shake him off and take me out instead. I’m really excited,” Heughan continued, tongue firmly in cheek. Outlander viewers know, of course, that Heughan has a solid track record of warming shivering women up, so point taken.

But it’s not like Kelce, the “him” to which the actor refers, is unfamiliar with managing a chill. While playing in below-zero temperatures last year, Kelce revealed his own tactics for managing cold weather, and they involve neither horseflesh nor wool. Instead, the athlete says, he prefers to scream at the top of his lungs to keep his circulation going. “You got to keep it warm, you know what I mean?” he said following one such sideline screaming session. Hey, if it works, it works.

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