Man proposes to girlfriend during Taylor Swift meet and greet in Philadelphia

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"She called me a baller and said that she is never surprised".

The 28-year-old "Delicate" singer was in for a shock when one of them got down on one knee following her reputation Tour concert in Philadelphia on Friday (July 13).

'It's a nice view though'.

Although Swift had an earpiece in, the only way she could communicate back to her team was to speak into her mic, letting the crowd in on every part of the unexpected moment.

Over the weekend, their efforts paid off and Lexi got to meet Taylor Swift at her concert in Philadelphia. "It was supposed to take me to the other side of the stadium".

Taylor Swift looked as surprised as the future bride at the proposal.


Taylor is now on her Reputation tour with Camila Cabello and Charli XCX, who as far as we know, have not found themselves stuck in sparkly baskets just yet.

"What you just saw was me going straight up and down in this sparkly basket", Taylor continued. I made a decision to get my second tattoo representing the album.

As Swift tried to figure out her next move, she explained, "This is such a spoiler alert but I have another flying thing across there that works apparently".

She has returned in full force since the release of her 2017 album Reputation, which features hit songs Ready For It? and Gorgeous, and her subsequent world tour.

To make the most of the potentially awkward moment, Swift entertained the crowd with an acapella version of one of her very first singles, "Our Song".

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