Taylor Swift suffers major stage malfunction on Reputation tour

Taylor Swift suffers major stage malfunction on Reputation tour

The pop icon, who is famous for seeming genuinely stunned every time she wins an award, was left open-mouthed when two fans got engaged right in front of her at a meet-and-greet during her Reputation tour.

And, Swift posted a picture of the moment on her own Instagram account, which by Saturday afternoon had gotten more than 1.5 million likes.

"What you just saw was me going straight up and down in this sparkly basket", Taylor continued.

The proposal went down Friday night at Swift's Philadephia show.

Swift was supposed to be in a sparkling basket that would take her from one part of the stadium to another.

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Doctors, social workers and psychologists were on hand at the news conference to filter questions and ensure the boys' well-being. They also described the meals they'd eaten while at the hospital for the past week - pork and rice, bread with chocolate spread.

The pair are such die hard Swifties that they returned Saturday for her second night concert in Philadelphia - this time wearing T-shirts featuring their proposal pics with the singer. Surprised about the same, the singer admitted, "I'm pretty sure I'm stuck up here".

But while she was singing (and yes, the song was "Delicate") and suspended in a sparkling basket high above the crowds in Philadelphia, the mechanics of the lift became compromised.

Taylor has pulled out all of the stops so far on the extensive tour, bringing out her showbiz pals Niall Horan, Selena Gomez, Shawn Mendes, Troye Sivan and Robbie Williams for duets.

The star handled the situation like a pro, even explaining to her fans that she was experiencing technical difficulties. McCain tweeted. "She is fighting the same glioblastoma cancer my father has and this would make both of our days!" Hilariously, she appears just as shocked as Pysher.

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