Taylor Swift fan left with lyric sunburned across chest after Eras Tour

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By Nasima Khatun

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A Taylor Swift fan was left 'red in the chest' after attending a recent Eras Tour concert.

Taking to TikTok, the Swiftie, who goes by the username @saccharinesylph, showed off her sunburn after writing the lyrics "Shade Never Made Anybody Less Gay" across the top of her chest.

The line comes from the 30-year-old's iconic hit 'You Need To Calm Down' and is referring to the idea of "throwing shade" - a popular term coined by the LGBTQIA+ community that is commonly used when a person is insulting someone else.

The fan decided to plaster it over her chest while sporting a rainbow-colored dress with matching earrings and at the time, that might have been a good idea... Now though? Not so much.

"When you decide to write ‘You Need to Calm Down’ lyrics on your chest for Eras Tour Cincinnati night 2 and weren’t thinking about the sun," she wrote in a text overlay.

She doubled down on her blunder in the caption, adding: "Oh #swiftcinnati I f***** up."

Since it was posted two days ago, the video has already been viewed over 394,000 times, with thousands of other Swifties taking to the comments to joke about the issue.

"I guess some shade would have been a little bit helpful," commented one user while another jumped in to clarify: "And not the kind that’s thrown, I mean the kind under where a tree has grown."

"Somewhere in the haze got a sense id been betrayed," this TikToker quoted another one of Swift's hits - 'The Great War' just in case you didn't know.

"I kept seeing girls with the lover hearts on their face and I’m like y’all are going to be real surprised when u wake up [tomorrow]," a fourth said.

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Others couldn't help but laugh at the mistake.

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It was reported that night two of Swift’s Cincinnati date moved its commencing time an hour ahead of schedule due to an unspecified "weather situation," which forced fans to sit in the hot weather that tad bit longer.

An announcement read: "Hey Cincinnati – Alas we’ve got another weather situation but this just means I get to see you sooner," Swift said at the time. "I’ll be going on an hour early at 7PM – we’ll open doors at 4:30. See you then!"

Now, this is actually one of the more tamer things that we've seen since the Eras Tour started earlier this year.

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Taylor Swift performs onstage during "Taylor Swift

From multiple 'easter eggs' relating to Swift's break up with her former boyfriend of six years Joe Alwyn to people accusing the 'You Belong With Me' singer of witchcraft, all the way to fan antics that saw people re-selling tubs of rainwater from different concerts, this world tour has really brought us the entertainment we needed over the past few months.

Featured Image Credit: Taylor Hill/TAS23/Getty

Taylor Swift fan left with lyric sunburned across chest after Eras Tour

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By Nasima Khatun

Article saved!Article saved!

A Taylor Swift fan was left 'red in the chest' after attending a recent Eras Tour concert.

Taking to TikTok, the Swiftie, who goes by the username @saccharinesylph, showed off her sunburn after writing the lyrics "Shade Never Made Anybody Less Gay" across the top of her chest.

The line comes from the 30-year-old's iconic hit 'You Need To Calm Down' and is referring to the idea of "throwing shade" - a popular term coined by the LGBTQIA+ community that is commonly used when a person is insulting someone else.

The fan decided to plaster it over her chest while sporting a rainbow-colored dress with matching earrings and at the time, that might have been a good idea... Now though? Not so much.

"When you decide to write ‘You Need to Calm Down’ lyrics on your chest for Eras Tour Cincinnati night 2 and weren’t thinking about the sun," she wrote in a text overlay.

She doubled down on her blunder in the caption, adding: "Oh #swiftcinnati I f***** up."

Since it was posted two days ago, the video has already been viewed over 394,000 times, with thousands of other Swifties taking to the comments to joke about the issue.

"I guess some shade would have been a little bit helpful," commented one user while another jumped in to clarify: "And not the kind that’s thrown, I mean the kind under where a tree has grown."

"Somewhere in the haze got a sense id been betrayed," this TikToker quoted another one of Swift's hits - 'The Great War' just in case you didn't know.

"I kept seeing girls with the lover hearts on their face and I’m like y’all are going to be real surprised when u wake up [tomorrow]," a fourth said.

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Credit: TikTok
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Credit: TikTok

Others couldn't help but laugh at the mistake.

wp-image-1263219568 size-large
Credit: TikTok
wp-image-1263219569 size-large
Credit: TikTok

It was reported that night two of Swift’s Cincinnati date moved its commencing time an hour ahead of schedule due to an unspecified "weather situation," which forced fans to sit in the hot weather that tad bit longer.

An announcement read: "Hey Cincinnati – Alas we’ve got another weather situation but this just means I get to see you sooner," Swift said at the time. "I’ll be going on an hour early at 7PM – we’ll open doors at 4:30. See you then!"

Now, this is actually one of the more tamer things that we've seen since the Eras Tour started earlier this year.

wp-image-1263219580 size-full
Taylor Swift performs onstage during "Taylor Swift

From multiple 'easter eggs' relating to Swift's break up with her former boyfriend of six years Joe Alwyn to people accusing the 'You Belong With Me' singer of witchcraft, all the way to fan antics that saw people re-selling tubs of rainwater from different concerts, this world tour has really brought us the entertainment we needed over the past few months.

Featured Image Credit: Taylor Hill/TAS23/Getty