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Taylor Swift’s ‘gay’ lyrics burned the sun on fan’s chest during Eras Tour show

If that’s not a way to remember a concert experience, what could be?

A woman who attended Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert in Cincinnati returned home with an interesting sunburn she received from the sold-out show on July 1.

The Swift fan posted a video on TikTok showing her sunburn that left the word “Gay” on her chest.

“When you decide to write the lyrics to ‘You Need to Calm Down’ on your chest for Eras Tour Cincinnati night 2 and you weren’t thinking about the sun,” the Swiftie fan, who goes by the name @saccharinesylph, joked.

At the start of the clip, the woman is seen in her rainbow-colored dress with shimmering blue letters across her chest reading “Shade Never Made Anybody Less Gay.”

The lyrics are the lyrics to Swift’s song “You Need to Calm Down” from her seventh studio album, Lover.

“Oh I fucked up,” the TikToker captioned the video.

People watching the hilarious video, which now has over 391,000 views, flooded the comments section.

“This is by far the BEST thing I’ve seen on this app,” one person said.

The TikToker can be seen with the lyrics of Taylor Swift’s song “You Need to Calm Down”, on its chest.

“Okay but at least it’s the best lyrics to the best song ever πŸ˜‚πŸ˜,” one swiftie adored.

Other viewers revealed that they even experienced the same thing.

“I have ‘I don’t dress for men’ on my arm because of the same πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚,” one answering machine joked.

The sunburn mark just left the only word "Homosexual" on his chest.
The sunburn mark just left the single word “Gay” on his chest.

“My friend did this years ago during peak Twilight years and had ‘Team Jacob’ on her upper thigh all summer πŸ˜‚,” another commenter said.

The second night of Swift’s stoppage in Cincinnati moved its start time an hour earlier than planned due to an unspecified “weather situation,” forcing fans to sit a bit longer in sunny weather.

“Hey Cincinnati – Alas, we have another weather situation, but that just means I can see you early,” Swift said at the time. β€œI leave an hour earlier at 7:00 p.m. – we will open the doors at 4:30 p.m. See you soon!

The Eras Tour, which kicked off in March, spans 52 dates, 20 stages, 10 albums and 44 songs, with each show lasting more than three hours.

Swift said The Eras Tour is “a journey through all the musical eras of my career” when she announced it on “Good Morning America” ​​in November.

New York Post

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