Adorable moment Scots youngster gifted surprise Taylor Swift tickets on day of concert

This is the adorable moment a Scots youngster was gifted with surprise Taylor Swift tickets on the day of the concert.

Little Lexi-Mae Smith, from Glasgow, has been a huge fan of the global superstar all of her life but her parents like many others were unable to get tickets for any of the Edinburgh performances in advance.

But luckily the seven-year-old's parents managed to get a hold of last minute tickets to the Eras Tour show and decided to keep it a secret from their daughter.

Instead dad Garry Elliott and mum Karen Smith, told the youngster they could go along to the stadium on Friday to listen to the gig from outside the venue and her big sisters Summer, 15, and Chloe, 14, even did her hair and make-up before they headed off.

Lexi-Mae's doting dad then captured the moment on film when she was presented with the tickets.

The adorable youngster was lost for words before bursting into tears and giving her mum a big hug. A later video showed the youngster singing along at the concert to Love Story - her favourite Taylor Swift song.

Wee Lexi was absolutely buzzing to see her idol in concert and told Glasgow Live: "I was very excited, I didn’t expect it at all. Taylor Swift is my favourite singer and my favourite song from the concert was Love Story. I’ve been a fan for five years, since I was a baby."

Garry added: "Friday morning I went on a school trip with her to the Glasgow Science Centre. We’d been trying to get tickets for weeks and weeks but they were so expensive.

"My fiancée phoned me that morning saying there were tickets and I said to just take them. We paid £300 for each tickets - £600 in total."

He said he was shocked by the popularity of the video, which has had nearly 300,000 views since he posted it.

"I take videos all the time, for instagram and TikTok and I never thought it’d go the way it went," he said. "My phone has been nonstop. It’s not even just me, her sister and everything, they got her all ready. It was just madness.

"To see everybody commenting, it makes me feel so proud of what we did for her."

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