Taylor Swift expressed solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community at the Chicago, Illinois stop of her Eras Tour. The 33-year-old - who stepped out in New York City this week - took a moment to speak directly to the crowd and make a statement about politics with Pride Month in mind.
Wearing a sleeveless orange dress and seated at her piano, the hitmaker said, 'I'm looking out tonight, I'm seeing so many incredible individuals who are living authentically and beautifully, and this is a safe space. 'She emphasized, 'This is a celebratory space for you.
One of the things that makes me feel so prideful is getting to be with you and watching you interact with each other, being so loving and so thoughtful and so caring. 'The heartfelt moment was captured by a fan who shared a two-minute snippet to Twitter.
Swift continued, 'Being with you during Pride Month, getting to sing the words to You Need To Calm Down where there are lyrics like, 'Can you just not step on his gown?' or, 'Shade never made anybody less gay,' and you guys are screaming those lyrics. 'Such solidarity.