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Taylor Swift mocked for 'embarrassing' dance moves after her concert video goes viral

Swifties had the courage to praise their favorite singer Dance movementsand triggered an avalanche of Mockery at Taylor Swift's expense. While some glorified the hugely popular singer's boogie and noted how “underrated” her choreographic skills were, others compared her to a child performing under the influence of sugary sodas.

Highlights

  • Taylor Swift's dance performances at a concert in Edinburgh sparked both praise and ridicule on social media.
  • A viral TikTok video of Taylor's performance has been viewed over 3.4 million times and shows her dancing to “Fearless.”
  • Critics compared her dancing to that of a child on a sugar high and fans called her choreographic skills “underrated.”

On his TikTok page, 25-year-old Harry Alex published a Video by Taylor at her Eras tour concert in Edinburgh, Scotland, which took place on June 7.

“I'm the one who makes you laugh when you know you're about to cry,” the TikToker wrote in the caption of his now viral video, quoting the singer's 2008 hit You belong to Me.

In the clip, which has been viewed over 3.4 million times, Taylor was filmed performing her song Fearless in front of an ecstatic crowd that cheered and clapped along with the 34-year-old pop star during his little dance.

Swifties had the nerve to praise their favorite singer's dance moves, triggering an avalanche of ridicule at Taylor Swift's expense

Photo credit: Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images

However, when Taylor went viral, she swung her hips in her tradition Roberto Cavalli Dress with golden fringes that move along her body received heavy criticism.

“This is how my 8-year-old cousin dances after 2 Dr. Peppers,” one person shouted X (formerly known as Twitter) in response to an X user who reshared Harry's original TikTok video and captioned it: “She is so underrated as a dancer.”

In fact, many other people took exception to the idea that the Cruel summer Hitmaker Dance Skills were underestimated, as one viewer wrote: “Habibi (my favorite in Arabic), the dress moves more than her.”

Photo credit: harryalex98

Some glorified the boogie of the hugely popular singer and said her choreographic skills were “underrated”

Photo credit: harryalex98

While some accused Taylor of “dancing like a brick,” others took the time to name a handful of celebrities who they believe deserve more recognition for their dancing talents, including Tyla and Tate McRae, a X Post suggested.

Despite the criticism, the Pennsylvania native was able to record another sold-out victory.

Before Taylor's Scottish Show, a video shared on X on June 6th showed the never-ending queue of fans flocking to Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh, waiting to purchase Tay Tay merch.

“Taylor Swift is a cult” noted one Scot in response to the stunning clip. “You have to give credit to her zeal – she has convinced millions of women that she is a feminist icon, whilst simultaneously swindling every penny they own for endless merchandise and album re-releases just to increase her near-infinite wealth.”

Photo credit: Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images

Others compared her to a child under the influence of sugary sodas

Photo credit: harryalex98

Taylor performed at Murrayfield Stadium in the Scottish capital on Friday (June 14), Saturday (June 15) and Sunday (June 16).

Her concerts attracted hundreds of thousands of Swifties and brought an estimated £77 million ($97 million) into the local economy. Sky News reported on June 12.

Edinburgh City Council leader Cammy Day said the artist's performances – the biggest stadium shows Scotland has ever seen – were a “fantastic start to an incredible summer of culture in the capital,” the British news portal reported.

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The clip of Taylor's dance went viral after Harry Alex posted it on TikTok during her concert in Scotland on Saturday (June 15).

@harryalex98 I'm the one who makes you laugh when you know you're about to cry ✨ #taylorswift #erastour #erastouredinburgh #edinburgh #youbelongwithme #fyp ♬ Originalton – HarryAlex98

The impact of Taylor’s show was not limited to the local economy, as earthquake measurements were taken up to 6 kilometers from Murrayfield Stadium, the British Geological Survey reported on June 13.

Accordingly Sky NewsDuring her stay, the musician made a donation to the local food bank, Edinburgh Food Project.

The value of the gift was not disclosed, but the food bank reportedly said it was “thrilled” with the Grammy winner's support.

The clip of Taylor's dance continued to divide opinions

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