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Taylor Swift Almost Brings Young Fan Onto Stage But Changes Mind As She Realizes Safety Risk Involved

Natalie Frank, Ph.D.

Taylor Swift confuses young fan by inviting her up on stage from the audience then reversing this as she realized there was no safe way to get the child back off the stage

In a recent concert stop in Chicago on her Eras Tour, Taylor Swift found herself in a heartwarming yet challenging situation during her performance. While Swift is known for her fan engagement and surprise on-stage moments, this particular encounter took an unexpected turn. As she performed her hit song "22," Swift spotted a young fan and attempted to involve her in the show, only to realize there was no safe way to get the child back off the stage.

The incident occurred during the concert held at a venue in Chicago, where thousands of fans gathered to witness Swift's performance. Normally, during her performance of "22," a lucky fan is to the front of the stage, where the catwalk is and Swift gives the fan the hat she's been wearing throughout the concert.

On the night in question however, amidst the excitement, Swift's attention was captured by an adorable young fan who caught her eye. Filled with enthusiasm, without thinking, she reached down to take the child's hand, gesturing to her to come up on stage.

Realizing she hadn't taken the safety of the fan into account, specifically how she would get her back off the stage safely, Swift backed off and returned to her backup dancers. She was noticeably out of step briefly, kicking with the wrong leg, but soon had regained her composure. Swift then explained to the audience what had just occurred and why she had acted in such a way.

Swift's last concert in Chicago will be tonight at 6:30pm at Soldier Field.

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