Taylor Swift Calls Fans ‘Champions and Heroes’ for ‘Wildly’ Dancing in the Rain at French Show
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Taylor Swift Calls Fans ‘Champions and Heroes’ for ‘Wildly’ Dancing in the Rain at French Show

Swift performed her first of two shows at the Groupama Stadium in Lyon, France on Sunday, June 2

Taylor Swift is a fan of her own fans!

The pop star, 34, who’s currently on the European leg of her Eras Tour, couldn’t help but appreciate her supporters on Sunday, June 2, when they continued dancing in the rain during her show at the Groupama Stadium in Lyon, France.

“So it looks like we have officially had a rain show tonight, this is a rain show for sure,” Swift told the crowd in a video shared by a fan page on X (formerly known as Twitter). “That is set, that is permanent because it doesn’t matter if it rains again, it really did rain during this show.”

Sitting by the piano, which was decorated with moss, Swift continued, “you guys are absolute champions and heroes for dancing even harder when it started raining.”

“I saw that,” she added as her fans cheered. The “Blank Space” singer then said that despite not touring in Europe much, she couldn’t thank her overseas fans enough for being so welcoming.

Swift then directed her attention to a person in the audience and asked if they needed help.

Speaking French, the singer asked for some assistance for the fan before saying, “Yeah we have to take care of these crowds because you’re just the best and you just dance so wildly and sing so loudly.”

Playing the piano, she added, “I never could have imagined we would have this much fun on the European tour. It’s just been crazy, you guys and I appreciate so much.”

She then said she was very excited to sing “Champagne Problems.”

Swift also celebrated Pride Month at the show as she told the crowd “Happy Pride Month, Lyon,” while she performing”You Need to Calm Down.” Rainbow lights flashed on the stage as she sang the 2019 song while fans waved their arms in sync.

The multiple Grammy-winner is set to perform another show in Lyon on Monday, June 3, before heading to the U.K. to perform multiple concerts in England, Scotland and Wales, along with Dublin, Ireland.

Her Lyon performance comes after she thanked her fans for two “magical nights” in Madrid, Spain.

“I LOVE YOU FOREVER MADRID!!! No ability to convey my thoughts other than to just YELL that,” Swift, 34, wrote in her caption on Instagram on Friday, May 31.

“We just got to spend 2 magical nights dancing and singing with the most electrifying, passionate crowds and I’ll never forget a second of it. I can’t thank you all enough. See you 🔜 Lyon! 🤍.”

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