Taylor Swift knows the concert fly-swallowing scenario All Too Well

Taylor Swift was minding her own business powering through 'All Too Well' when a bug flew in her mouth - a scenario she knows all too well.



Taylor Swift knows the fly-swallowing scenario All Too Well
Taylor Swift knows the fly-swallowing scenario All Too Well

Taylor Swift swallowed another bug onstage in London.

The 34-year-old pop megastar has occasionally ingested bugs playing outside, and it happened again at her third 'Eras Tour' concert at Wembley Stadium on Sunday (23.06.24), amid performing the 10-minute version of ‘All Too Well’.

As she sang: “And forget why I needed to,” she asked the packed venue full of Swifties: "I swallowed a bug, can you sing?"

The 'You Need To Calm Down' hitmaker – whose boyfriend Travis Kelce, also 34, made a surprise appearance at the London show - recently abruptly stopped her set during her gig in Chicago, Illinois and turned her back on the audience as she suffered a nasty coughing fit and after regaining her composure, Taylor admitted an insect had flown into her mouth.

She explained: "I swallowed a bug. I'm so sorry ... [I'm] totally fine ... It's just dumb. It's so stupid."

Taylor then turned back around and jokingly said: "Oh, delicious. Is there any chance that none of you saw that? 'It's fine. I've swallowed it.

"This is going to happen again tonight. There's so many bugs. There's a thousand of them. So, I'm just going to try to not do as many of those."

Taylor was able to get her singing voice back and continue the show at the Soldier Field stadium without any more insect-related dramas.

The bug issue came after the singer suffered a technical mishap earlier in the evening when her microphone failed to work as she attempted to launch into her track 'Lover'.

Taylor was able to swap the equipment over and continue, laughing with the audience: "All right, guys, let’s start this over again. None of that happened … Let’s take a second in our memories, rewind ’em back, none of that happened. We’re back to 36 seconds ago."

The mammoth 'Eras' jaunt resumes on June 28 in Dublin, Ireland.