Taylor Swift Extends ‘Get Well Soon’ Wishes to Co-Star Camila Cabello on Reputation Tour

Taylor Swift’s ‘Reputation Tour’ hit Seattle last night (22/05) and the ecstatic 56,000 Swifties in attendance really missed the guest performance. Camila Cabello joined the ‘Reputation Tour’ from the start at Santa Clara, CA. Camila Cabello warmed up the stage with performances of some of her biggest solo hits such as “Never Be the Same,” “Havana,” and “Bad Things.” However, after performing on two concerts of the ‘Reputation Tour,’ she fell sick and was hospitalized. Sources says she has been overly dehydrated and should recover shortly. So Camila Cabello had to stop performing on the tour-at least temporarily.

Taylor Swift did not forget to wish her friend and stage-partner Camila at the Seattle concert. Taylor got the 56K crowd to scream ‘get well soon Camila’ in unison. Watch the clip below.

https://youtu.be/8wqEAt-sy1Y

Besides the absence of her friend, Taylor Swift kept the momentum of the performance at full. She performed her usual ‘Reputation’ album tracks and added a few more from her vault. She reeled back to her debut album ‘Taylor Swift’ to perform “Should’ve Said No.”

Watch Taylor Swift Perform “Should’ve Said No” Live on ‘Reputation Tour’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMmuqUFjhjw

Taylor Swift also performed one of her ‘Red’ era tracks “Holy Ground.” The twist on this performance was that she played the song on her acoustic guitar. Watch the snippet below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYhi_0fqWU4

The Seattle concert of the ‘Reputation Tour’ also had a meet and greet with some lucky fans.

Taylor Swift with fans at Reputation Tour, Seattle

Taylor Swift with fans at Reputation Tour, Seattle

More fans met Taylor backstage at the Seattle concert

More fans met Taylor backstage at the Seattle concert

The night ended with a stunning performance of “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” from ‘Reputation’ album with a lot of fireworks and light shows and not before Taylor bowed away to all the fans at CenturyLink Field.

https://youtu.be/hiRdetTerfE

The next concert of the tour is scheduled to be held in Denver, Colorado on May 25th.

What did you think about the Seattle concert of the tour? Let us know in the comments below.

Adam McDonald

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