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Taylor Swift Fan Goes Hilariously Incognito For Interview After Skipping Work To Attend Concert

The fan donned a blanket and sunglasses in a nod to Swift's 'Anti-Hero' music video after calling out sick to work during an interview with WLKY in Louisville.

Taylor Swift; WKRC Local 12 screenshot of the disguised Taylor Swift fan
Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images; WKRC Local 12

Taylor Swift's Eras Tour has been attracting dedicated fans, known as Swifties, who go above and beyond to show their support for the pop star.

From elaborate costumes to trading friendship bracelets and making up dances, Swifties immerse themselves in the tour experience. For some, attending the Eras Tour is not just about enjoying the music but also about embracing their identity as a Swiftie.

Recently, an anonymous Swiftie gained viral attention after being interviewed on WKRC Local 12 while waiting in the merch line. In an effort to protect her identity, she cleverly wore a blanket and sunglasses, which doubled as a costume inspired by Taylor Swift's "Anti-Hero" music video.

The fan, who revealed her deep devotion to Taylor Swift, even shared she considered naming her daughter after the singer.

The fan said she was waiting in line for merch for her daughter and was eager to take her to another Swift performance in Cincinnati despite having already seen the tour in Nashville.

She also told the reporter that she was there to snag the grey quarter-zip sweatshirt—clearly a hot item.

When asked about attending multiple shows, she explained that she wanted to share the experience with an 11-year-old girl who would be attending her first Taylor Swift concert.

“It’s her first time. I went to the show in Nashville, so it’s more for her.”

This level of commitment comes after what was likely a challenging process of securing tickets during the notorious Ticketmaster debacle that spurred actual Congressional hearings.

The woman became an instant viral sensation.

The ghosts featured in the music video for "Anti-Hero" symbolize the lyrics of the song's first verse, in which Swift sings:

“I have this thing where I get older but just never wiser/Midnights become my afternoons/When my depression works the graveyard shift, all of the people I’ve ghosted stand there in the room.”

Clearly, The Eras Tour has provided a safe and vibrant space for Swifties to express their love for Swift.

From creative costumes to enduring long waits, these fans are truly dedicated to celebrating their favorite artist.