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Viral Video Of Taylor Swift Fans Waiting To Get On The Subway Is Hilariously Freaking People Out

A video showing an endless swarm of Swifties silently waiting to board a subway train after a concert is giving the internet the heebie-jeebies.

Screenshots of female subway passenger appearing anxious as Taylor Swift fans wait to board

Taylor Swift is in the midst of performing her The Eras Tour after selling out dozens of stadium venues across the country.

Taylormania continues even after the concert ends, as seen in a hilarious yet disturbing viral video of the controlled mayhem seen at a subway station crammed with Swifties in Atlanta following one of Swift's performances.

Dedicated fans have been chomping at the bit to see their favorite multi-Grammy-winning idol sing their favorite songs since the pandemic abruptly put the world on hold and canceled her scheduled 2020 Lover Fest tour to promote her seventh studio album at the time, Lover.

But nothing in their "wildest dreams" could prepare local commuters to witness the wild scene that unfolded following a Taylor Swift concert.

TikToker @dapharoni shared a clip of a subway passenger who appeared anxious as the train pulled up to a crowded station in Atlanta.

The text overlay in the clip read:

“When the Taylor Swift concert ends at the same time you’re on your way home."

#erastour #swifties #taylorswift #marta

The female commuter was heard vocally objecting to the hordes of Swifties about to pour into the train car.

"Hell no."

"Don't come in here, don't come in here," she said while physically shooing the passengers away through the window as the train slowed to a stop.

The proverbial floodgates opened when the subway doors parted to let in an endless stream of passengers decked out in concert swag and bedazzled outfits inspired by Taylor Swift music videos.

The clip's ominous music choice of "Spooky, quiet, scary atmosphere piano songs" by Skittlegirl Sound was especially ridiculous as the riders filled all the "blank space" on board.

It didn't take a rocket scientist to identify the type of people who were about to invade the train.







For others, this was an ordinary day.





The Eras Tour had its first shows in March in the city of Glendale, Arizona–which was temporarily renamed "Swift City" to commemorate the artist's launching of her tour in the point of origin.

Since her Reputation Stadium Tour that concluded in November 2018, Swift has released four albums: Lover, Folklore, Evermore, Midnights.

She also released "Taylor's Version" re-recordings of Fearless and Red–both of which include previously unreleased tracks–following a dispute with her former label Big Machine Records over ownership of the master recordings.

That's a lot of new material for the singer to draw on and for fans to hear live.

Based on shared clips online from those fortunate enough to have attended the "historically monumental event," Swift has delivered and continues to do so.

The impact of The Eras Tour so far is highlighted by several record-breaking accomplishments.

Swift has become the only living artist ever to have seven albums re-enter the top 40 region of the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.

The Eras Tour has also given the cities she's visited so far a huge economic boom, generating tourism revenue by millions of dollars for local businesses.

Can you blame Swifites for showing up en masse?


At least they're not posing any harm to others and displaying reckless behavior typically exhibited by raucous sports fans.



No need for "bad blood" here, folks.

But for any of you still raising a fuss over the hype surrounding the long-awaited The Eras Tour, "you need to calm down."