Taylor Swift Gets So Wet at Sydney Show She Needs to Rip Off Her Fake Lashes
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In a fan-captured video, the pop superstar is seen ripping off one of her falsies mid-performance, making it look like a planned part of the show.

AceShowbiz - The show must go on! Not even pouring rain can stop Taylor Swift from entertaining her fans at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia on Friday, November 2. But in consequences, not only she had to deal with wet outfits and hair, but also wet fake lashes.

It looks like the fake lashes got in her way so much that she needed to rip it off mid-performance. When the pop superstar strutted toward the crowd during her rendition of "Don't Blame Me", she peeled off one of the falsies and tossed it to the ground. Not stopping there, she ripped off the other one without missing a single beat, making it look like a planned performance.

The moment was captured on camera and shared on social media. In no time, the video garnered hundred of retweets and thousands of likes, with some praising her for her professionalism. "Lol. You are just an incredible performer in the rain, Taylor Swift!" one said. Meanwhile, one other joked, "Yo she threw them like a boss. It's like you done something bad and nope she's not giving you a chance."

Taylor later took to Instagram to share pictures from the show, revealing that the rain was pouring during the whole gig. But did that bother the "Delicate" songstress? Not at all! "We had the absolute time of our LIVES with you," she said. "It poured consistently for the first 90% of the show and we all got to jump together in a storm, what a dream. Love you guys."

Due to the severe weather, her first Sydney show in three years was actually delayed by 50 minutes, prompting government to extend its public transportation for the night so that fans could still make it home afterward.

After wrapping off the oceania leg of her "Reputation Stadium Tour", Taylor will head to Japan to wrap up the trek with a two-night show.

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