Taylor Swift kept calm despite being ‘stuck’, many feet above the floor, on a moveable prop. The 25-year-old ‘Bad Blood’ singer was performing on her 1989 tour in Washington D.C. on Monday (13th July) when a moveable platform she as standing on froze and she was left stranded in the air. The professional as always, Swift laughed the incident off and continued performing despite the unusual situation.

Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift performing on her 1989 tour in Glasgow.

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"They just told me in my ear that I might be stuck up here forever,” Swift told the D.C. audience.

“This thing is broken. I was just thinking about how I was singing a song about rain and it rained today - It's not that funny. We're just going to have to re-choreograph the entire show. It's fine. Whatever. It's going be a unique show D.C.!"

Despite her predicament, Swift decided to continue as usual and, laughing about the situation, decided on a new course of action. She would continue performing from the prop, despite the prospect of her being stuck there “forever”.

"I'll just be here forever. Stuck up here, unless I choose to jump down,” Swift added. “But in the meantime, I'm going to sing a song for you called 'Clean' and I hope you'll sing along."

Swift’s close friend Lorde also witnessed the incident. The 18-year-old New Zealand singer had joined Swift only minutes before Swift became “stuck”, singing Lorde’s song ‘Royals’ together. 

Swift thanked Lorde for making a special appearance via Instagram, writing: ‘When your friend flies across the world to surprise your crowd with 'Royals' because she's a wondrous angel.’

Lorde also responded in kind, expressing her disbelief at the incredible nature of her job.

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