Taylor Swift isn’t letting a broken shoe stop the show!
The “Cruel Summer” singer, 33, is currently on the South American leg of her Eras Tour and knows how to keep the concerts going, even if it means performing with only one functioning shoe, as seen in fan videos from her Monday show in Rio de Janeiro.
“Making me feel amazing right now!” the “Style” hitmaker said as her supporters cheered for her.
A second post by another fan page gave a better glimpse of what was going on. As Swift stood in a bedazzled bodysuit, it was clear that one of her knee-high Louboutin boots was missing the heel.
Swift’s eye-catching luxury footwear comes in “a range of both custom and existing silhouettes in a variety of shapes and [heel] heights, featuring one by one hand-applied intricate crystal embroideries and colorways,” the Louboutin website states.
Her custom wardrobe can be seen in her Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour movie, which has raked in more than $200 million at the global box office since it was released in theaters worldwide on Oct. 13, according to distributor AMC.
The “Shake It Off” singer was scheduled to perform on Saturday, but the show was postponed due to extreme heat.
Although she could not be at the show to accept her 10 awards in person, she filmed an acceptance speech backstage in Brazil.
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“Well, this is unreal,” Swift said in the pre-recorded speech. “The fact that you guys have given me 10 Billboard Awards — I’m talking to the fans, specifically. None of this happens without you.”
“The Billboards base everything off of what you are listening to and what you’re passionate about, and I’m so honored that this year you made the tour, The Eras Tour, so magical. You went and saw the movie, you cared about my re-recordings. I just, like, I love you so much,” she added.
Swift entered the show with 20 nominations, the most of any artist.