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Taylor Swift trips on Eras Tour Folklore house

Taylor Swift tripped and nearly fell down the stairs during her concert in Tokyo on Friday night.

Video shared on social media shows the “Karma” singer walking down a set of stairs, which are part of her “Folklore” cabin, in an ethereal-looking dress before stumbling and catching herself, Page Six reported.

“My life flashed before my eyes,” she later told the crowd with a laugh. “It’s all good, everything’s fine, everything’s great. I’m just so happy that I didn’t fall.”

Swifties, of course, having lovingly dubbed the pop star’s Eras Tour the “Errors Tour” as she has experienced a few gaffes during performances.

Most, however, were simply concerned about her safety.

“I’m really glad that she wears that safety harness strap because if she didn’t have it and she lost her balance just a little more that could ended in a nasty fall,” commented one fan.

“doe [sic] she have a safety belt? that’s dangerous,” observed another.

“laugh aside but that’s actually so dangerous,” tweeted a third fan.

The latest blunder comes just two days after Swift nearly fell off her chair while performing “Vigilante S – t.”

The singer is meant to straddle the chair during the song but accidentally miscalculated and missed the seat Wednesday night.

Ever in incredible shape from her gruelling training, Swift kept her balance as she remained in a squat position while reaching a hand back to steady herself.

While she may be a tad rusty from her two-month break from the tour, Swift continues to perform sold-out shows for 55,000 fans in Japan.

She will, however, depart Asia to fly to Las Vegas to attend the 2024 Super Bowl this weekend and support her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Swifties will have all eyes on the “Cats” actress Sunday, though it is unclear where she will be seated for the big game. Presumably, she will hang out with Travis’ family, including his brother, Jason Kelce, and mum, Donna Kelce, but even Mama Kelce is not sure where they will be placed.

“You can understand that the boxes in Vegas are multimillion dollars, so I have a feeling I’m not in a box,” she said on the “Today” show earlier this week.

“I have a feeling I’m in the stands, so far as I know I’m in the stands with everybody else because it is a pricey Super Bowl.”

This article originally appeared on Page Six and was reproduced with permission

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