Taylor Swift Asks Security to Help Fan at 'Eras Tour' Show in Portuguese
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During her first tour stop in Lisbon, Portugal that is kicked off an hour late, the 'All Too Well' hitmaker notices a concertgoer asking for help seemingly due to hot weather.

AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift always makes sure her fans, famously known as Swifties, are safe and happy during her concerts. The "All Too Well" hitmaker asked a security guard to help one of her devotees at her recent "Eras Tour" show.

On Friday, May 24, the 34-year-old Grammy Awards-winning singer/songwriter entertained Swifties at Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, Portugal. While performing one of her songs, sitting down on a chair and playing a piano on a stage, she noticed one concertgoer asking for help.

In a video from the gig that circulated on X, formerly known as Twitter, Taylor could be heard speaking to the security guard in Portuguese, "Ajuda por favor." She went on to say, "Help them please," while pointing in the concertgoer's direction. However, it remains unclear what actually happened to the fan.

For her sweet gesture, Taylor was showered with praise by many X users. In the replies section of the short clip, one in particular gushed, "Very kind of her to notice and help them out." Another chimed in, "The way she probably learned that so she could say it or maybe she just speaks Spanish I have no clue rip."

A third exclaimed, "She's the biggest star in the world and cares legitimately about the fans. She is a true one of a kind." A fourth, in the meantime, shared their own experience of watching her perform, "The massive GA crowds need water passed around. When I was in Paris we saw a couple groupings of people trying to get medics/security attention during the show because it was so hot."

Taylor's first concert in Lisbon faced a delay of over an hour. It was reported that thousands of fans struggled to enter the venue. Originally scheduled for a 6 P.M. start, the show featuring opening act Paramore kicked off at 7:05 P.M., with temperatures hovering in 40 degrees Celsius (105 Fahrenheit). Despite the hiccup, fans celebrated a last-minute policy change allowing clear, soft plastic water bottles up to 50 cl inside the stadium.

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