Reese Witherspoon Expresses ‘Joy’ At Nashville Taylor Swift Show
Reese Witherspoon was one of the hundreds of thousands of fans (70,000 per night) that saw Taylor Swift when she performed three sold-out Nissan Stadium concerts over the weekend in Nashville.
Reese, a Nashville native and lover and promoter of country music, posted a short video clip of one of Swift’s performances from Saturday night (5/6) on Instagram. She captioned the video, “What a night to remember! @taylorswift in front of 70,000 incredible fans The stellar song choices, inspired choreography, other-worldly art design … an incredible night to dance, sing and feel so much JOY .. thank you, @taylorswift and the whole ERAS tour team for shining so bright tonight.”
Many fans agreed with the praise and commented on the post, with one fan writing, “I can’t believe I was in the same place as Taylor Swift & Reese Witherspoon at the same time!” Another fan commented, “Adore her (heart emoji).”
See Reese’s post here.
On Sunday night in Nashville (5/7), big storms in the Music City caused a significant delay in the show, and at one point, the fans had to leave their seats at Nissan Stadium to shelter in place. The show did finally go on at around 10:15 PM CT, and Taylor played for three hours, and the show ended at about 1:30 AM CT.
When Swift hit the stage, she told the wet crowd, “We’ve been waiting hours to play for you. You’ve been waiting for hours. The mutual love between us right now. You waiting and doing that for us is making me feel fantastic, Nashville.” She added, “It’s officially a rain show,”
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The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is celebrating celebrating all things Taylor Swift with a new exhibit displaying a selection of her iconic costumes.
Titled Through Taylor Swift’s Eras, the limited-run exhibit includes ten outfits representing each of the artist’s ten albums. The display includes outfits from 2006’s Taylor Swift to 2022’s Midnights. The pop-up exhibition is part of the museum’s comprehensive gallery experience and is included with general admission. It runs through May 31.