Taylor Swift paused Edinburgh concert after suffering 'weird cramp'

Taylor Swift was forced to briefly pause the latest concert on her Eras Tour.



Taylor Swift briefly paused her concert in Edinburgh after suffering a "weird cramp".

The 34-year-old singer wowed fans at Murrayfield Stadium in Scotland on Friday (07.06.24), but Taylor was forced to briefly stop playing her guitar because she was suffering with cramp.

She told the crowd: "My hand has frozen in a weird cramp … this is so embarrassing ... it's like performing with a claw.

"No one relates."

Despite this, Taylor relished the experience of performing for her fans in Scotland, admitting that she had an "unforgettable" evening.

The blonde beauty - who performed some of her best-known songs, including 'Cruel Summer' and 'Lover', during the show - said: "Edinburgh, you have given us everything you could possibly give us tonight."

Taylor is set to perform in Liverpool on June 13, 14 and 15, and it was recently announced that the city will be renamed Taylor Town when 150,000 fans descend on the city for her shows at Anfield.

Liverpool City Council announced that the city is getting a new name in celebration of Taylor, while there are also plans to showcase 11 art installations inspired by each era of Taylor's career.

Taylor is scheduled to perform in Cardiff and London, too, and her shows are reportedly set to boost UK spending by almost £1 billion.

Meanwhile, the pop star recently made it into the Forbes' World Billionaires list for the first time, with Taylor becoming the first person in history to reach a net worth of $1 billion solely through their music or performances.