Taylor Swift got ‘stuck’ onstage

14 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Swifties’ get special weather forecast.

Taylor Swift has had her fair share of special guests on her 1989 tour, but Monday night’s Washington D.C. crowd got an extra special surprise, when Lorde flew 19 hours from New Zealand to perform her hit ‘Royals’.A meteorologist in the Washington, D.C., area said he was left “speechless” Monday after Taylor Swift tweeted video of his forecast which was inspired by the pop singer’s songs. “I know what you’re thinking, ‘Mike, I knew you were trouble when you walked in, Mr.The pop superstar played the first of two shows today (Monday evening local time), but with bad weather in the area Thomas rejigged the final segment of the news to try and alleviate fans’ fears.She continued, “I was just thinking about how I was singing a song about rain and it rained today…it’s not that funny…We’re just gonna have to rechoreograph the entire show.

Weatherman,’” he began his forecast saying. “Well, guess what, I have some good news that might make you fearless come the concert later on this evening.” It rained Monday morning in D.C., prompting many to worry that Swift’s concert was in danger of being cancelled. Gal pals Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Martha Hunt, Karlie Kloss, Behati Prinsloo, Gigi Hadid and Uzo Aduba were amongst those strutting Taylor’s ‘Style’ runway, while the previous evening saw Lena Dunham and Hailee Steinfeld take to the stage.

The evening weather report got Swift’s attention and she tweeted the man responsible before playing at Nationals Park: “Never change, Mike the weather man. Her planet-eating fifth album, “1989,” recently passed the 5-million-sales mark in the United States, and on Monday night, Swift presented herself as the biggest pop star of her era at the height of her renown. Instead of bridges, some of the loudest songs in the show were retro-fitted with simmering banter-breaks that allowed Swift to offer her adoring young flock various affirmations and life tips. And if you’re wondering what happened to that precocious teenage country singer who once seemed poised to pave her own six-lane highway through America’s pop consciousness, she’s gone now. Even “Love Story,” the only tune on the set list released before 2012, was excellently reimagined as a surging new wave ballad, heavy on synthesizers and doused in Aqua Net.

And as for those technical difficulties regarding the stage, everything was fixed in a matter of minutes allowing her to finish the show with true style.

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