The brazilian swifties they lived a nostalgic moment during the second concert of “The eras Tour” in Rio de Janeiro, well, Taylor Swift He dedicated a song to the fan who died during the first show he gave in the South American country.
After the cancellation of their second concert due to the death of Ana Benavides As a result of the strong heat wave that affects Brazil, this Sunday, Taylor He took the stage again.
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With her voice broken and in the rain, the American singer sat in front of the piano to play the emotional melody of “Bigger Than the Whole Sky” an emotional song that is part of their latest album, Midnights.
Additionally, he changed a fragment of the song that says “everything that was to come has turned to ashes” to “all the things I touch have turned to ashes.”
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And although some Swifties expressed on social networks that the change in the lyrics could have been a mistake due to the nostalgia of the moment, there were also those who expressed their concern because they consider that perhaps they feel “guilty” for the death of Ana Benavides.
Extreme heat causes the death of Ana Benavides
In recent days Rio has registered temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius, with a thermal sensation who has reached 59 degrees.
Despite this, on November 17, during the Taylor Swift concert,
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