Taylor Swift, in the middle of her performance, defended a fan who was having an issue with security during her recent Eras Tour stop at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday.
Several Twitter users uploaded an interaction between the “Mastermind” singer and her security team in which she pleaded for a fan to be left alone.
The now viral video captured Swift, who happened to be belting the powerful lyrics to her song “Bad Blood,” noticing a problem in the crowd.
“You and I,” she sings before she starts to briefly address her security personnel in between the lyrics.
“She’s fine!” she says, seemingly pointing to the fan. “She wasn’t doing anything!”
Swift turns and begins to strut to the other side of the stage when she realizes security is still confronting the fan. She returns to the corner of the stage and shouts, “Hey, stop!”
“Stop!” she says one final time before continuing to sing the chorus of the pop song.
NBC News reached out to Swift’s team for comment, but did not immediately hear back.
On Sunday, Caitlin Gabell, a woman claiming to be the fan who was confronted by security, told her side of the story in a TikTok video, which already has more than 3 million views.
“Basically the guard had been harassing our group all night,” she said. “He just kept telling us not to touch the rail and any time we did anything, he was on top of us.”
“Taylor noticed that I was having fun and that he didn’t like it and she didn’t like it, and he basically got escorted out and they got us all free tickets for the night,” she continued.
Gabell captioned the video, “Its me, hi, im the problem,” referring to the iconic chorus of Swift’s hit song from her “Midnights” album, “Anti-Hero.”
Swifties across the internet applauded the 33-year-old singer-songwriter for always having their backs.
“Queen of defending her fans!” one person cheered in the Twitter responses.
One fan pointed out that it was unusual for the polished singer to momentarily get distracted during a performance.
“This is one of the first times i’ve ever seen her angry like she is pissed,” they tweeted.
Others mentioned how fitting it was for Swift to be singing her anthem “Bad Blood” when the situation happened.
“Okay but lowkey so iconic that she got mad during bad blood,” one tweet said. “Like this anger definitely fueled up her performance !!!”
Swift passionately standing up for a fan is just one of many talked-about moments that have trended on social media since the Eras Tour kicked off March 17.
The “Lavender Haze” singer shared an adorable interaction with Selena Gomez’s little sister in Arlington, Texas, when she gave the hat off her head to the 9-year-old midsong. Gracie Elliott Teefey reciprocated the sweet act by giving her a friendship bracelet.
In April, Swift had to assure fans she was “gooooood” after she cut her hand in Houston.
She wrote on Instagram that she was “totally fine and it was my fault completely — tripped on my dress hem and fell in the dark backstage while running to a quick change — braced my fall with my palm.”
In another big moment for Swift fans, the singer surprised the crowd in Nashville, Tennessee, when she announced “Speak Now” will be her next rerecorded album, which is set to debut in July.