Taylor Swift apologises to Edinburgh Eras tour crowd as hand appears to lock up

Taylor Swift on stage at Murrayfield Stadium with fans in the background
-Credit: (Image: Daily Record)

Taylor Swift apologised to the crowd as her hand appeared to lock up during a concert in Edinburgh's Murrayfield.

Taylor Swift brought the Eras tour to Edinburgh's Murrayfield on Friday, June 7. The 34-year-old said her hand was "forming a claw" as she performed an acoustic set, Daily Record reports.

In a video taken during the concert, Taylor said: "I'm so sorry. Like a million shows on this tour and my hand has never decided just to like- it's like forming a claw. Does anyone know and relate? No one at all. Anyway."

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Over 70,000 fans descended into the stadium on Friday night, with 220,000 expected to attend over the weekend for the rest of her gigs to adoring crowds.

Fans attending on the Friday night also witnessed a magical proposal during her hit song Cardigan, as the pop icon addressed the romantic moment during the show.

Taylor said: "I just saw that whole thing, oh man that's amazing."

"That's a huge moment. I don't know if you guys are having fun, but I really am tonight," before moving on to the Folklore chapter of the show, as fans boomed with cheers."

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