Taylor Swift paused her 'Bad Blood' performance to intervene in a fan-security issue at her Philadelphia concert


Videos circulating on social media appear to depict Taylor Swift shouting at security
guards in the middle of singing "Bad Blood" at Lincoln Financial Field

In the clips, Swift, wearing a glittery outfit, appears to notice
something happening in the audience near the chorus of "Bad Blood." 

The video show up Swift stopped the show to defend a fan from security before
continuing her performance. Swift's supportive fans have praised the singer
for looking out for her fans. The videos have already gained over 1.6 million
views, demonstrating Swift's connection with her fans.

The clip shows Taylor Swift making multiple gestures towards the audience
below, breaking from singing to shout at one point: "She's fine. She wasn't
doing anything!"  

The video does not provide clarity on what was transpiring, but social media
accounts have speculated that it involved an interaction between a fan and
security that turned problematic.  

A fan account shared Bradford's video on Twitter, captioning that the clip
captured Swift "attempting to de-escalate a situation brewing between security
and some fans at tonight's show."   

Some fans on Twitter expressed that the interaction exemplified Swift looking
out for her supporters. One wrote: "The way she looks after us" accompanied by
a sad face emoji. Others noted that interruptions to Swift's performances are
atypical. "I've never seen Taylor intervene with security/fans like this
before. It must have been really serious," one user wrote. "Taylor never lets
things disrupt her performance so I know SOMETHING was going down," another

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