Taylor Swift Gushes Over 'Overwhelming Love and Passion' at 'Eras Tour' Stops in Lisbon

After stopping by the country in Southwestern Europe to perform there for the first time, the 'All Too Well' hitmaker declares that she left her heart in Lisbon.

AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift has shared her experience hitting the stage in Portugal for the first time. After stopping by the country to perform for two nights as part of her "Eras Tour", the "All Too Well" hitmaker gushed over the "overwhelming love and passion" she felt at the concerts.

On Sunday, May 26, the 34-year-old singer/songwriter talked about her feelings following her shows in Lisbon on her social media page. In the caption of her new Instagram post, she declared, "It's official, I left my [a white heart emoji] in Lisbon."

On the reason why, Taylor explained, "My first time in Portugal and you all made me feel like I was right at home. I'll seriously never forget the way you treated us, the overwhelming love and passion and hands in the air and dancing and how you screamed every lyric!!" Near the end of it, she penned, "Muito obrigada," adding a Portugal flag emoji.

In the same post, the "Shake It Off" songstress also let out a series of photos from the Lisbon gigs. One of the pictures captured her taking the stage in front of her fans, famously known as Swifties, who lit up the arena with their phone flashlights. Other snaps saw her belting out her songs while a number of backup dancers were showing off their skills on the stage.

Taylor entertained Swifties in Lisbon on Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25. The first show 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 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.

On the second night, Taylor treated concertgoers to a medley of "The Tortured Poets Department" and "Now That We Don't Talk". It was her first time delivering the titular track of her latest album live. She told the audience, "So, this is actually the first time I've ever playing this one live," prompting the concertgoers to cheer.

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