Taylor Swift Mocked for ‘Granny Panties’ After Dress Opens Up Unexpectedly in Front of Fans

She is arguably the biggest musical performer in the world right now, drawing crowds of tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of people to her shows. A parabolic rise in her stock has occurred, akin to that of Elvis Presley and The Beatles.

Rumor has it, though, that Taylor Swift is not beyond the odd wardrobe malfunction.

The 34-year-old singer traveled to Stockholm last weekend to perform three completely booked shows. If estimates are to be believed, somewhere between 150,000 and 200,000 people, some from as far away as the US, descended upon the Swedish capital.

Swift’s wizardry, as with everything she’s done lately, turned the three concert nights into gold, winning praise and building on the immense buzz around her Eras Tour.

Swift did, however, briefly endure a slight wardrobe malfunction in front of the thronging audience on her third night in Stockholm, raising the prospect that she might not be eternal after all.



Reportedly, as soon as the supermodel artist sat down at the piano, her blue dress unzipped, revealing her sparkling black shorts and gold bralette beneath.

Swift, who is usually the ultimate professional, took no time to gather the ensemble back together and launched into a moving performance of her hit song How Did It End?, which had never been heard live before.

That might have been the case since, let’s face it, other musicians have had far worse mishaps when doing live performances, but that’s the modern internet for you.


Soon after, the video of Swift’s dress falling open appeared on TikTok, where some users were quick to attack the singer of Bad Blood.

Her shorts are made to seem like diapers. Extremely ugly,” someone wrote on Facebook.


On Instagram, someone else commented, “Those look like granny panties.”appear attractive on her.

A third even speculated that the famous person might be expecting. It appears rather swollen in the lower abdomen, strange. Does she want us to know anything in particular? They wrote.

“It looks intentional,” remarked a fourth person regarding the dress slide.

With great acerbity, a fifth individual said, “Well, she is used to taking her clothes off soo.”

The unexpected statement, “She’s a hot mess [and] has been,” came from the sixth individual.

Like practically every other criticism above, “has been” is demonstrably false. In these kinds of situations, there’s not much that can be done to silence critics, but we are sure that Taylor has outlived the need to give a damn about what they have to say.

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