WATCH: Taylor Swift Calls For Security In French Amid Eras Tour Emergency

By Logan DeLoye

June 3, 2024

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Taylor Swift impressed the crowd with her language skills while simultaneously drawing attention to a fan emergency during the first Eras Tour show in Lyon, France, on Sunday (June 2). Video footage obtained by TMZ shows Swift signaling for help after she spots an audience member in distress.

The "Lavender Haze" hitmaker is seated at her moss-covered piano, draped in enchanting clothing, getting ready to dazzle the venue with the Evermore portion of the evening when she notices that something in the crowd is not right.

"I'm also now you need help there? You need help...yes?" Swift continues, speaking "expertly-articulated French" (per Entertainment Tonight). "Aidez-les, s' il vous plaît," she urges, which translates to "help them please!"

"Thank you, can we get someone to go right over there. There. Right in the front. There we go. Awesome. Anyways, ya, we have to take care of these crowds because you're just the best and you just dance so wildly and sing so loudly and the way that you are just like, so in the moment...I never could have imagined that we would have this much fun on the European tour."

Parade Magazine mentioned that Swift briefly paused the concert multiple times to make sure certain fans were ok amid giving the performance her all in the pouring rain.

The compassionate songstress is set to take the stage in Lyon once again for night two on Monday (June 3) with special guests Paramore!

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