Taylor Swift Got A Weird Cramp During Her Concert In Edinburgh


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Taylor Swift Got A Weird Cramp During Her Concert In Edinburgh. dailyjugarr.com

Taylor Swift paused her Edinburgh concert at Murrayfield Stadium on June 7 due to a hand cramp. The 34-year-old singer stopped playing guitar and told the crowd, My hand has frozen in a weird cramp, It is like performing with a claw.

Even with the incident, she had a great time and called it unforgettable. She thanked the audience, saying, Edinburgh, you have given us everything you could possibly give us tonight. Taylor performed hits like Cruel Summer and Lover during the show.

Taylor is gearing up to perform in Liverpool on June 13, 14, and 15. The city is going all out for her arrival, even renaming itself Taylor Town when 150,000 fans people to Anfield for her shows. Liverpool City Council made the announcement, also revealing plans for 11 art installations inspired by different eras of Taylor career.

Taylor upcoming performances in Cardiff and London are expected to boost UK spending by nearly £1 billion.

Ignoring the incident, Swift surprised the crowd by blending the song with her 1989 track I Know Places. Later, she transitioned to the piano, singing a mix of Evermores Tis the damn season and Lovers Daylight.

Swift will have two more concerts in Edinburgh on June 8 and 9, and hopefully, she will have no cramps on those nights.

Meanwhile, the pop star recently achieved a historic milestone by making it onto Forbes World Billionaires list for the first time. Taylor is the first person ever to reach a net worth of $1 billion solely through music or performances.

The publication noted, Celebrities are getting richer too. Taylor Swift, with $1.1 billion, has joined the 2024 ranks. She is the first musician to achieve this milestone purely through songwriting and performing following the record breaking success of her Eras tour first leg.


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