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Taylor Swift rocks MetLife Stadium with hottest ticket of the ‘Cruel Summer’ season

Taylor Swift entered “Cruel Summer,” the second song from her Lover era, during the first of three Ella’s Tour concerts at MetLife Stadium on Friday night. It was as if I was laughing at the irony in my heart.

This was the most popular ticket for the season, which just started on Memorial Day weekend. Thousands of the cheapest seats were sold on Stubhub.

And Swift knew it all too well.

The Swifties have been showing no signs of settling down since the Next Level Eras Tour, Swift’s first concert tour since 2018’s “Reputation” tour, kicked off in March.

And it was the perfect summer jump-off to Memorial Day weekend that fans will never forget.

A sea of ​​glitter, sequins, cowboy hats and feather boas flooded MetLife with the Swifts dressed in eras representing all 10 of Idol’s studio albums.

And, like a member of the Victoria’s Secret model team, even Swift felt her product as she strode down the stage’s massive catwalk.

Even she had to admit how “powerful” she felt in those early moments. Then she flexes her left bicep, kisses her, and bursts into “The Man,” surrounded by a troupe of dancers in her business suits.

Her next-door glamor has taken her to the kind of pop superstar status most people don’t have anymore, but she’s a very responsible chick.

Well, some of the most intense and emotional reactions from the crowd, who seemed to be singing every word all night long, were classic songs like “You Belong To Me” and “Love Story.” Swift’s song, which still has all their charm in it. Rural charm.


Her next-door glamor has taken her to the kind of pop superstar status most people don’t have anymore, but she’s a very responsible chick.
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But when Swift entered the “Reputation” era with “Ready for It” in a one-arm, one-leg catsuit, she embraced her sexiness as a 33-year-old woman. Not guilty anymore.

She’s no Beyoncé in the dance department, but she certainly knows how to work on a huge stage. She can throw in ballads like “Lover” and trim her waste to give stadiums an intimate feel.

The show is three and a half hours long, far too long for anyone but a real Swifty. It will also be a test of endurance for almost everyone. But this shows just how many die-hard fans Swift has.

As if the Swifties needed more reason to (badly) hype up their concert, she dropped a new song, “You’re Losing Me.” The song is available exclusively to fans on the “Midnights (Til Dawn Edition)” CD. At the merchandise corner at the venue.


And, like a member of the Victoria's Secret model team, even Swift felt her product as she strode down the stage's massive catwalk.
And, like a member of the Victoria’s Secret model team, even Swift felt her product as she strode down the stage’s massive catwalk.
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A failed love story in the lyrics alludes to Swift A highly publicized breakup Rumor has it that he quickly shrugged off a mid-tour romance with longtime love interest Joe Alwyn and The 1975 lead singer Matt Healy.

And just in case, they also released an “antihero” singer Remix of new single “Karma” Renewal version of “Snow on the Beach” featuring popular young rapper Ice Spice and up-and-coming singer and co-writer Lana Del Rey.

Come on, everyone, Dawn.

But Swift had little need to hype herself, or the tour, any more than she was already in a Ticketmaster crash and a mortgage crisis.

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