Taylor Swift lives up to her name.
The singer joked that she was “still fast amnesty” after she rushed off the stage when her cover malfunctioned at a recent concert.
The Grammy-winning singer, who toured the country on her record-breaking Eras Tour, fled the stage in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Friday night when she realized that the platform designed to lower the singer backstage had not opened.
A clip from the event, uploaded to TikTok by user @jamIs888, showed Swift finishing her “Look What You Do To Me” performance before making a quick escape from backstage.
Thousands of people jumped into TikTok’s comments section, including the “Lavender Haze” singer.
“It’s still a fast boi,” she commented, making fun of the now-viral clip of her running to catch up with her next wardrobe change.
“There’s no way he’s going to say Boi😭😭,” one fan commented, while another commented, “THIS IS THE FUNNY THING THAT EVER HAPPENED.”
“There’s nothing more terrifying than having your boss running after you,” a third fan called out, referring to Swift’s having to flee from her dancers as she left the stage.
“I love when he browses tiktok after a show and comments on the most non-serious stuff,” another wrote.
Swift is about four months away from her Eras Tour, which started in March. The night after the onstage mishap, Swift surprised the Ohio crowd when she pulled out one of her opening performances, Gracie Abrams, for a performance of her song “I Miss You, I’m Sorry.”
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“He is one of my favorite friends and I love him very much. We’ve never sung together before, so I wanted to put Gracie on stage,” Swift told the crowd.
Abrams, 23, was unable to perform his usual set due to unexpected weather conditions, causing the show to start an hour early.
“We have another weather, but that means I’ll see you sooner! I’ll be leaving an hour early at 7pm,” Swift He tweeted on Saturday.
For the past four months, the “Karma” singer has performed her three-hour show in torrential rain and with an open wound on her hand.
The hit producer “All Too Well” took it for granted when he got a bug in his mouth while performing in front of 60,000 fans last month.
“I swallowed a bug. I’m so sorry,” Swift said to the packed Chicago arena.
Oh, it’s delicious. My god. Is it possible that none of you saw this?”
He continued, “It’s okay, that’s all – I swallowed it. So I’ll try not to make too many of them. It will happen again tonight. There are a lot of bugs. There are thousands. Anyway, that was fun.”