The Era’s Tour Of Taylor Swift continues to break records in every field, including kindness. The pop star a few days ago in Buenos Aires in Argentina (first stop in South America) shared with the fans present in the stadiums how much it scared her to see objects thrown on stage, as happened on that occasion. Because of the lights, of course, but also the cones of shadow and the speed with which something comes near or on top of her.
This is why the gesture towards a member of the public in Brazil was even more surprising, at the Estadio Olimpico Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro where she performed on Saturday 17 November and where two more shows are planned for a total of several thousand fan. During the performance she threw a bottle of water at a fan who was clearly in difficulty.
Appointment at the Lirico theater in Milan on 25 and 26 November
She was unaware of the fact that in the moments before the performance began another fan of his, Ana Benevides, 23, has died right there due to heat stroke (the temperature inside the structure exceeded 38 degrees) and cardiac arrest.
The singer learned of the fact only shortly after and immediately wrote a story on Instagram with these words: «I can’t believe what I’m writing but I’m heartbroken to know that we lost a fan tonight before the show. I can’t even express the devastation I’m in. I have very little information about it, I only know that she was incredibly beautiful and way too young. I won’t be able to mention it on the show because I feel overwhelmed by grief even talking about it. I want to say however now that I feel a deep sense of loss and my broken heart turns my thoughts to her family and friends. This is the last thing I expected would happen when I decided to bring the tour to Brazil.”
However, news of thewaiting for five months outside the gates of the stadium in Argentina. The reason? Fans wanted to get seats as close to the stage as possible. Tent camping led to very precise rules to follow: no minors, maximum three inhabitants per tent, shoes and food outside, stay of at least 15 hours per month and at least one night spent in the tent. In short, it was clear right from the start how much South America had awaited these Taylor Swift dates. The pop star had never been there and this made the wait feverish, especially for the first stage, after the United States and Canada, with stages full of stars.
Source: Vanity Fair
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