Watch Taylor Swift bring out Travis Kelce and Gracie Abrams on night three at Wembley Stadium for ‘Eras’ tour

Taylor Swift has brought out Tracis Kelce and Gracie Abrams for her third ‘Eras’ show at Wembley – watch footage and find out more below.

Last night (June 23), Swift performed the third of eight shows booked at Wembley for her ongoing career-spanning ‘Eras’ tour. To make things special, she brought out two special guests: her boyfriend and NFL player Travis Kelce, and her opening act Gracie Abrams.

During the ‘Tortured Poets Department’ segment of her setlist, Taylor Swift was picked up off the floor by Kelce, who was dressed like the singer’s other backing dancers. As he placed her on her seat, and shook her awake, he dusted her off and got Swift ready to perform ‘I Can Do It With A Broken Heart’.

Watch fan-shot footage of Kelce’s appearance below.


After a quick interval, Swift transitioned the show to its “surprise songs” set, which kicked off with the ‘Blank Space’ singer introducing Gracie Abrams onstage. Together, the two performed their recent collaboration, ‘Us’, live for the first time ever.

Taylor Swift and Gracie Abrams perform on stage during
Taylor Swift and Gracie Abrams. Credit: Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images


The pair explained of the song’s origin before playing: “We wrote this song when we were pretty hammered. We had a bunch of cosmos at dinner and then we came home and opened wine, and we were talking about [Abrams’] life, and it turned into this song.”

Watch fan-shot footage of Taylor Swift and Gracie Abrams performing ‘Us’ live below.

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Elsewhere during the show, Swift seemingly responded to Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl’s comments this past weekend, in which he alleged that unlike her, they actually perform live.


NME reviewed Swift’s first UK show in Edinburgh, awarding the show a full five stars: “Despite being an arena show, in a huge, cavernous venue, Swift and her fans have managed to cultivate a community. Strangers swap friendship bracelets, laugh and cry together, and embrace the tour’s in-jokes and lore (for example shouting “one, two, three, let’s go bitch” during ‘Delicate’).

“It’s the power of Swift, an artist who’s inspired not only the renaming of a Scottish Loch, but also countless fans to come out and embrace being a part of the Eras family. With The Eras Tour, then, Swift’s managed to craft a marvel of a show that comes with a beating heart.”