Taylor Swift is well-known for favoring floaty, feminine frocks (phew, how's that for alliteration?). Her signature style backfired on her unexpectedly, however, during her tour stop in St. Louis on Sunday.
Swift took the stage that evening to perform her hit "You Belong With Me," dressed in one of her trademark gowns. A wind machine on stage must have been ill-placed, because the singer stepped in front of it--and it blew her dress's swishy skirt right up, fully exposing her rear end!
Most admirably, Swift kept her cool during the little blowup. Most girls would have reflexively grabbed at the skirt--but, ever the professional, Swift merely scuttled a bit and continued on with her performance. In fact, fans watching her from the front probably had no idea any funny business had gone on. Watch for yourselves:
Love her or hate her--you must admit, the gal's a true pro!
Swift is currently in the North American leg of her largely sold-out Speak Now world tour. You can check dates here. She's also just released a new video from Speak Now, "Sparks Fly," which features scenes from the tour (including a big selection of floaty dresses--although they all stay down in this case).
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