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Rachel Zegler Had A ‘Psychological Breakdown’ After Witnessing One Of Taylor Swift’s Finest Shock Music Combos At The Eras Tour, And I Would Have Too

When I attended the Eras Tour, the aspect of the present I used to be anticipating essentially the most was the shock songs. Throughout every present, Taylor Swift performs two songs that aren’t on the set, and over the course of the tour, she’s solely repeated a handful of them. It seems, Rachel Zegler was additionally very excited to witness this second too, and her live performance was very particular. It’s because The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes star attended the present the place the pop star performed “Getaway Automobile” and “Maroon” on the identical evening. Understandably the actress mentioned she had a “psychological breakdown” over the second, and truthfully, I’d have too. 

We all know Rachel Zegler was dwelling her finest Swiftie life on the Eras Tour cease in New Jersey. She posted images of her folklore-impressed outfit, the enjoyable friendship bracelets she acquired, and Swift performing. Nonetheless, what we didn’t know on the time was that she had a visceral response to the shock songs. I’m being so actual, her “psychological breakdown” over it’s extremely relatable. She obtained certainly one of, if not the, finest combo of acoustic tracks. Explaining her expertise on the live performance on The Tonight Present, the West Facet Story actress mentioned:

I knew the setlist, I do know the callbacks, I used to be ready for the key songs. My finest buddy Brenna had gone in Atlanta earlier than the MetLife present, and I went to MetLife evening one. And he or she mentioned to my older sister, Jaqueline who I took to the present with me, she was like ‘Jaqueline, in the event that they play ‘Getaway Automobile’ or ‘Maroon’ she’s on disaster watch.’ Not solely did she play ‘Getaway Automobile,’ she additionally performed ‘Maroon.’ I used to be having a psychological breakdown within the viewers at MetLife Stadium.