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Taylor Swift’s Sprinting Speed Compared to Forrest Gump After She Runs Off Stage During Eras Tour Show in Ohio

Taylor Swift is known for her catchy songs, her loyal fanbase, and her spectacular live shows. But on June 30, 2023, she added another skill to her resume: running like Forrest Gump.

Why Did Taylor Swift Run Off Stage?

The pop superstar was performing at Paycor Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio, as part of her Eras Tour, when she encountered a technical glitch that forced her to sprint off stage in front of thousands of screaming fans.

The incident happened during a song, which features a dramatic stage lift that elevates Swift above the crowd. However, as she finished singing the last chorus, the lift failed to open, leaving her stranded on the main stage.

Swift did not panic or lose her composure. Instead, she quickly thanked the audience, waved goodbye, and ran across the stage to find an exit. She then disappeared behind a curtain, leaving fans stunned and amused.

The whole scene was captured on video by several concertgoers, who shared it on social media with hilarious captions and comparisons. Some likened Swift to Forrest Gump, the iconic movie character who ran across America for no particular reason. Others praised her for being swift (pun intended) and professional in handling the situation.

Swift herself joined in on the fun later that night, when she allegedly posted a video of her sprint on Instagram with the caption: “Still swift af”. Despite the mishap, Swift’s Eras Tour has been a huge success so far, breaking records and selling out stadiums across the country. The tour features songs from all nine of her studio albums, as well as surprise guests and special performances.

In Cincinnati, Swift delighted fans by bringing out Aaron Dessner of The National and Gracie Abrams for duets on “Ivy” and “I Miss You, I’m Sorry”, respectively. She also performed “Call It What You Want” for the first time in five years.

Swift will continue her Eras Tour next weekend with two shows at Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium. She will then visit Denver, Seattle, Santa Clara, and Inglewood before wrapping up the U.S. leg in August.

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