Sydney left Taylor Swift SHOCKED AND EMOTIONAL, as the audience went so “WILD”, as she called it, that she couldn’t perform for an entire five minutes. “Audience won’t stop clapping as Taylor left in shock”

Sydney left Taylor Swift SHOCKED AND EMOTIONAL, as the audience went so “WILD”, as she called it, that she couldn’t perform for an entire five minutes. “Audience won’t stop clapping as Taylor left in shock”

 

She may have underestimated how beloved she is down under, with the audience clapping for so long that she was unable to perform.

Meanwhile, Taylor Swift has unleashed her verdict on the NSW capital — and don’t worry, it’s good news.



 

It comes as Taylor was spotted kissing her boyfriend Travis Kelce at her concert yesterday hours before he boarded a private jet to fly back to the US.

Some pictures have been shared on social media this afternoon.

Read on for the latest updates.

Taylor’s hilarious crack at Aussie accent

Taylor Swift has delighted the Sydney crowd by having a crack at the Aussie accent while introducing her song ‘Should Have Said No’.

“I have a very specific word that is my favourite word that you say in an Australian accent and that word is the word, ‘no’,” she said.

“The more you chew on that ‘naur’.


“I think you say it better than I say it.”

She then encouraged the crowd to sing along however they like, let that be in an American accent or otherwise.

“Or you can just be yourselves and say: ‘You Should Have Said Naur’,” Taylor said before launching into the song.

Taylor Swift ‘s dancer has quoted an iconic line from an Australian movie during the second night of her four-day Sydney show run.

About 80,000 fans erupted into laughter on Saturday night when her dancer Kameron Saunders delivered a line from the 1997 film The Castle.

“Tell him he’s dreaming,” he sang, in reference to Michael Caton’s now infamous catchphrase from the film.

It came as Swift was introducing her next song, ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’.

Swift regularly hands Mr Saunders the microphone during her song We Are Never Getting Back Together, to which he says a line that is unique to the international audience they are performing for that night.

Earlier in the Melbourne leg of the tour, Saunders delivered the classic Aussie phrases, “yeah nah” and “naur”.


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