Taylor Swift forced to change Edinburgh Eras Tour outfit after mishap during song

Taylor Swift performs at Scottish Gas Murrayfield
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Taylor Swift was forced to make a change to one of her outfits on Saturday night following a mishap on Friday.

The Grammy-award winner has around 16 costume changes in her three-and-a-half show in Edinburgh but on Saturday, fans noticed a change to one costume.

The Eras Tour covers 10 out of the 11 albums from the pop sensation, including her latest release The Tortured Poets Department where she wears a white dress with black writing on it.

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As the sun started to set, fans pointed out how cold it can get during the stadium gig and they suspect Taylor must have been feeling the cold too. On Saturday night she was spotted wearing black gloves during the TTPD set, a new addition to the costume.

This comes after she had to interrupt a song twice during her first show in Edinburgh on Friday. On her surprise mash-up of Would’ve, Could’ve, Should’ve and I Know Places; and a medley of ‘Tis The Damn Season and Daylight, she stopped singing until she knew that assistance was on its way to someone needing help in the crowd.

She then admitted she had a cold cramp in her hand, probably not helped by the chilly wind, and had to take a moment to stretch it out before continuing the iconic tour.

“Oh God! Hand cramp!” she said

“This has never happened before… It’s so embarrassing. My hand's like a claw!”

One fan posted a video to TikTok filming Taylor with gloves on and added the caption: "Taylor having to wear gloves because of the Scottish weather," with the crying/laughing emoji.

One fan replied: "I was outside the venue and it was so cold like loads of people had to bring blanket."

Another added: "She learned from the claw at my show."