Taylor Swift Indirectly Helps Save 3 Teen Fans From Car Crash: “This Is Unreal …

29 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Taylor Swift: I’m OK with not being sexy.

Concertgoer Avery Talbot wrote a lengthy post on the pop star’s website Sunday to share a story about how the LED bracelets from Swift’s 1989 concert in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, may have helped rescue three of her friends from a potentially fatal car accident.

In the post, Talbot explained that after the concert, her group of friends split up and three of them – sisters Elizabeth and Caroline Dazzio, along with a third friend – decided to drive home in the wee hours of the morning, resulting in Dazzio falling asleep at the wheel and crashing the car. However, in a new interview, Taylor said this perception is about something else. “As an artist you should embrace what comes naturally to you, whatever role feels right,” she said. “I would never encourage an artist to try to and fit into a role that seemed to be created for them by a bunch of record label guys in suits in a conference room. “I think for me it feels very natural to talk to teenagers and people my age… about feelings and what they’re going through and their insecurities.” The Shake It Off singer has certainly had a busy past few days, as she was seen enjoying a date night with current beau, Scottish DJ and producer Calvin Harris, earlier this week. But thanks to the light-up bracelets that concertgoers received to brighten up the stadium during Swift’s show, the group managed to catch the attention of another driver on the highway. Talbot’s message continued: “When the two girls in the back (Emma & Caroline) realized they could not receive help, one of their bracelets flashed … They started tapping the bracelets to the windows & eventually a lady pulled aside to help and call 911.” The woman and a man with her helped pull the girls out and called for first responders, WBRZ reported.

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