In Tokyo, Taylor Swift Dancing Through a Seductive Choreography Error



Fans of pop singer Taylor Swift are praising her leg strength for preventing her from taking a nasty spill in an uncomfortable moment that was caught on camera on the opening night of her Eras Tour performance run in Japan.

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The incident happened on February 7 during Swift’s performance of her onstage routine for the song “Vigilante S—t,” which is featured on her 2022 album Midnights. Swift and her dancers gathered in a circle with their backs to each other during the song, using chairs as props. Swift faced the front of the audience while donning a dark blue leotard with silver accents.

Swift, 34, looked to lose sight of where the seat’s edge was as she lowered her body from a standing position onto it and nearly fell off. She squatted down and instantly regained her balance, performing without missing a beat.

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A fan who posted a video of Swift’s slip on X claimed that Swift had obviously “been doing her squats” based on how quickly she recovered. Others who tweeted their agreement that they were “glad” that the singer of “Lover” “didn’t actually fall.”

Swift’s legs are “probably so strong that she could sit like that without the chair for the whole song,” according to a comment from another X user.

Swift’s four-night stint at the Tokyo Dome began on February 7. Swift will take six days off following her final performance in Tokyo on February 10 before continuing her international tour, which will begin with two dates in Australia on February 16 and 17 at Sydney’s Accor Stadium and Melbourne’s Cricket Ground Stadium, respectively.

Swift, however, is anticipated to return to the United States in time to see her boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs, compete in this year’s Super Bowl before leaving for Australia.

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Swift fans were first concerned about whether she would be able to travel from Tokyo to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas in time for Super Bowl LVIII on February 11. However, the Japanese Embassy in the United States has informed supporters that Swift “should comfortably arrive” prior to the start of the big game.