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Taylor Swift pauses Scotland Eras Tour show until ‘the people in front of me get help’



Taylor Swift‘s acoustic set had some challenges on night one in Edinburgh, Scotland, and the Eras Tour star was not shy to pause her set.

During the second chorus of “Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve” from “Midnights,” she strummed her guitar and asked security guards to help a fan, who seemed to need help.

“I’m just gonna keep playing until someone notices them,” she said in a talk-sing voice for about a minute. “We’re going to keep talking until the people in front of me get help.”

“I can do this all night,” she added.

When the fan received attention from a medical team, and Swift heard they were OK, she said “Awesome.” She mashed up “I Know Places” from “1989 (Taylor’s Version).”

“‘Tis The Damn Season” from “Evermore,” which was cut from year two of the tour returned during the piano song. She mashed up “Daylight” from “Lover.”

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This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Taylor Swift pauses Eras Tour in Scotland

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