Throughout the first two shows of her eagerly awaited The Eras Tour, Taylor Swift wowed the crowd, and there was one moment in the three-hour performance when everyone was left speechless by. On March 17–18, the singer of the song “Anti-Hero” began her 52-date US Tour in Glendale, Arizona, her first concert tour in five years.
The diva sang a total of 44 songs from each of her 10 albums, so it’s safe to assume Swifties were ecstatic with the performance. The sole song from Swift’s self-titled first album from 2006 that she performed live was her debut single, “Tim McGraw,” at one point in the concert.
Taylor then got up, made her way to the edge of the stage, and looked to jump off the main part of the runway. She had been wearing a flowing crimson gown on night one. To complete the smooth transition, a video of Swift swimming underwater was then shown on the lit-up floor.
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The dancers then looked to hold enormous cloud props ready for Swift to perform her hit Lavender Haze as she returned to the stage wearing an on-theme furry purple coat. Swift then appeared to step out of the “pool” and up a ladder and into the clouds on the big screen. Throughout the show, TikToker @awkwatree was able to capture a clip of everything.
“When she leaped into a hole in the ground, from night 1 of @taylorswift’s #theerastour, it was the most spectacular moment.
Everyone must have agreed since the video went viral and has received 15.2 million views, leaving viewers wondering just what Swift dove into. During the Ticketmaster saga involving supporters trying to purchase tickets for the Era’s Tour, someone wrote:
“She actually said I’m going to make all this ticket drama worth your time.”
“I can’t believe she held her breath underwater for so long!” another person joked.
“I WANT TO SEE WHAT SHE JUMPED INTO,” a third person added.
A fourth participant remarked,
“I love that this is expressly intended for folks in the higher seats to get the best view, really wonderful.” Another person responded, saying, “Alright, I need to see a behind-the-scenes!!! What the heck did she jump into?”
Swift recently described in an Instagram story how she uses a rocket sled to move from one end of the stadium to the other during her 2018 Reputation Tour. She displayed her method of transportation and added, “It transports me from one point to another place extremely rapidly, and the stage is so big that I guess we need that,” according to PEOPLE.
“Short change here… Get down here and run. Lie down here, and I’ll simply vanish somewhere else after that.