Taylor Swift Shines in Brazil, Just Days After Tragic Fan's Passing
Taylor Swift put on an incredible show in São Paulo while mourning the death of a fan at her Rio concert.
Swift delivered a dazzling performance in São Paulo, despite still mourning her fan Ana Clara Benevides Machado, who died before Swfit’s concert in Rio.
The 33-year-old singer debuted her song “Now That We Don’t Talk” during the Eras concert, marking the first live performance for fans.
Swift has been deeply affected by the fan’s death, reaching out to Benevides Machado’s family.
Benevides Machado collapsed amid extreme heat and suffered from cardiac arrest at the stadium before Swift’s performance.
Swift released a heartfelt message and gave a moving performance, possibly as a tribute to the late fan.