Actress Toni Collette recently attended Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in Ohio and shared her admiration for the singer-songwriter on Instagram. Collette expressed her gratitude and called the night “the most incredible” she had ever experienced, citing Swift’s immeasurable talent and boundless generosity. The actress also shared photos and videos of the Grammy Award winner on stage during the concert. Collette concluded by thanking Swift for bringing endless joy and inspiration to the world, including herself.
Taylor Swift made light of a recent stage malfunction during her Eras tour, jokingly calling herself “Still Swift AF Boi.” Actress Toni Collette praised Swift for her performance and shared videos of the concert, saying that she and her daughter Sage Florence were both fans. Collette even recounted a story in which her daughter’s English class mistook Swift’s writing for that of William Shakespeare. Despite the mishap, Swift’s show was a triumph and each era of her music was beautiful.
According to Keke Palmer, Taylor Swift’s musical storytelling is timeless and speaks to the soul, making her a great role model for her daughter. She also praised Billie Eilish for being a hard-working and talented musician. Swift is currently on tour and preparing for the release of her re-recorded album, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), which will be out on Friday. Stay up-to-date with the latest celebrity news and human interest stories by signing up for PEOPLE’s daily newsletter.
According to a report by Billboard, Spotify recently released a video to announce that users can pre-save Taylor Swift’s upcoming album on the platform. In the video, Swift can be seen sporting a pale chartreuse sundress and a fishtail side braid, reminiscent of her 2010 self. The background is decked out in purple, reflecting the album’s primary color scheme, with candles adding an extra touch of ambiance. Speaking in the video, Swift states, “Hey! It’s Taylor Swift. The next chapter begins on July 7, when Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) comes out. You can pre-save it now on Spotify.”