A video of Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour has been making the rounds on social media, in which she can be seen walking like a ‘Barbie’ despite breaking the heels of one of her shoes. Even when presented with a predicament that would have led some musicians to pause their performances for a fast shoe change, Taylor Swift continued her performance flawlessly, gaining the adulation of millions of fans once more. Supporters flocked to social media, drawing connections between this occurrence and a recent notable incident featuring Margot Robbie in her hit film, Barbie.

“Taylor Swift is such a real-life Barbie that even her broken heel didn’t affect her foot position,” a social media user commented on X (formerly Twitter). Another X user agreed, saying, “Taylor Swift IS the real-life Barbie.”

Previously, the singer had to cancel her second ‘Eras Tour’ show in Brazil due to the death of a fan in the country’s hot heat. The singer’s decision to cancel the November 18 show came just hours after she opened up about her grief over the death of Ana Clara Benevides, 23, who is said to have fainted ahead of her heart attack death on Friday, November 17 while watching Swift perform at the Estadio Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro in temperatures of 60 degrees Celsius.

“I’m writing this from my stadium dressing room.” Due to the high heat in Rio, the decision has been made to postpone tonight’s show. The security andwell-being of my fans, fellow performers and crew always has to come first,” Taylor said in her announcement she was cancelling her gig, reports aceshowbiz.com.

There has been no further word on when the concert will take place. Taylor had earlier used another Instagram Story to inform viewers she was “overwhelmed” by grief following Ana’s unexpected death.

In a statement shared to her Instagram Stories, she said of the tragedy, “I can’t believe I’m writing these words, but it is with a shattered heart that I say we lost a fan earlier tonight before my show.” I can’t express how upset I am by this.”

Swift went on to say that she had “very little information” regarding the fan’s death, “other than the fact that she was so incredibly beautiful and far too young.”

She went on to say: “I’m not going to be able to speak about this from stage because I feel overwhelmed by grief when I even try to talk about it.”

“I want to express how deeply I feel this loss, and my broken heart goes out to her family and friends.” This is the last thing I expected when we decided to bring the tour to Brazil.”

Ana documented the events leading up to her death on social media, showing how she waited for hours to enter Estadio Nilton Santos. According to one video, the temperature outside the stadium was 35 degrees Celsius (approximately 95 degrees Fahrenheit).

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