During the recent Latin American leg of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, one of her most romantic tracks had its live debut. The pop sensation, aged 33, performed “Labyrinth” from her album Midnights for the first time on stage at Buenos Aires’ Estadio River Plate, which was captured in fan-recorded videos. The Grammy winner gave a remarkable and touching rendition of the love song that left the audience in awe.
The singer donned a sparkling blue dress and treated the audience to a touching, stripped-back rendition of her ballad “Labyrinth.” This was part of her rotating selection of “surprise songs” during the concert. The piano-backed performance featured the artist repeating the catchy lines “Uh oh, I’m falling in love / Oh no, I’m falling in love again / Oh, I’m falling in love / I thought the plane was going down / How’d you turn it right around.” Video footage captured a close-up of the hitmaker, who appeared both relaxed and thrilled to be performing “Labyrinth,” flashing a smile throughout the song.
As the song neared its conclusion, fans could feel the emotion in the pop star’s voice as she belted out the heartfelt chorus. The crowd echoed her energy by clapping and cheering along. Some fans of Taylor Swift, known as “Swifties,” are wondering if her recent relationship with Travis Kelce, a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, inspired her to include the 2022 track in her extensive repertoire.
A fan recently shared a video of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce at the first Kansas City Chiefs game she attended in September. The post read, “Taylor’s playing labyrinth…the world is healing.” Another fan also posted a clip of the performance and commented on how Taylor seemed to be falling in love again while singing the song. The smile on her face was contagious!
The famous NFL player, aged 34, missed the Thursday night concert because he was at his teammate Patrick Mahomes’ charity gala in Kansas City, Missouri. But he arrived in Buenos Aires on Friday to attend Swift’s second show in the city. According to sources, Kelce had planned to meet Swift in Argentina before she embarked on the Latin American leg of her tour.
Despite the unfortunate postponement of her Friday night concert at Estadio River Plate, Taylor Swift is scheduled to perform on Saturday. The concert was cancelled due to dangerous weather conditions caused by lightning detected near the venue. However, fans can look forward to her rescheduled show on Sunday as well as six dates in Brazil later this month as part of her Eras Tour.