Taylor Swift Praises Beyoncé’s ‘Resilience & Versatility’ After ‘Eras Tour’ Film Premiere

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There’s probably very few people in the world that could leave Taylor Swift starstruck, but you best believe Beyoncé is one of them. Two of the world’s biggest pop stars — and 2023’s hugest touring artists — met up at the premiere of the “Anti-Hero” singer’s Eras Tour film premiere Wednesday (Oct. 11), after which Swift took to Instagram to rave about the 32-time Grammy winner.


“I’m so glad I’ll never know what my life would’ve been like without @beyonce‘s influence,” she wrote, sharing a gif of her and Bey posing in movie theater seats, playfully tossing pop corn at the cameras. “The way she’s taught me and every artist out here to break rules and defy industry norms.”

“Her generosity of spirit,” Swift continued. “Her resilience and versatility. She’s been a guiding light throughout my career and the fact that she showed up tonight was like an actual fairytale. 😇🙏🥹”

Fans in person and online were stunned when Queen Bey appeared at the Los Angeles premiere of Swift’s film, which compiled footage from the “Karma” musician’s three-hour Eras shows at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., earlier this year. The two posed for photos on the red carpet as well as inside the theater, where Swift watched the film surrounded by a handpicked group of superfans.

Before the viewing, she stopped by each Swiftie-filled theater at L.A.’s The Grove theater to give a speech. “I’ve always had fun doing this,” Swift said. “I can’t believe I get to do music as a career. That’s crazy. I’ve always had so much fun doing it. I’ve never had this much fun in my life as I have had on The Eras Tour. It is far and away just the most electric experience of my life.”

The 33-year-old singer-songwriter wrapped up the first legs U.S. and Mexico legs of her bestselling trek in August, and is now taking a short break from touring before she picks back up in November with dates in Argentina and Brazil. Beyoncé also recently tied a bow on her blockbuster Renaissance Tour, playing a finale show in Kansas City on Oct. 1 after five months of shows in Europe and North America.


And while their public appearances together are rare, Swift and Sasha Fierce go way back. Perhaps their most famous crossover was in 2009, when Bey stood up for Swift at the VMAs after Kanye West famously interrupted the “Maroon” singer’s acceptance speech. Since then, they’ve remained in touch and have been guests at each other‘s birthday parties.

Check out Swift’s post singing Beyoncé’s praises below:

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