Taylor Swift halts concert after wardrobe malfunction: 'Talk amongst yourselves'

She can fix it (no really she can)

Who's afraid of a little old wardrobe malfunction? Certainly not Taylor Swift.

The pop star halted a show during her third and final night in Stockholm, Sweden, to tend to her wrap dress. Video footage captured by a fan and shared on TikTok showed a crew member assisting with the malfunction while Swift sat at her piano.

"Talk amongst yourselves," Swift told the audience before making her way to the piano.

Swift played three sold-out shows at Friends Arena in Sweden, reportedly shattering the record for highest-attended show at the venue. The capital temporarily renamed itself Swiftholm in celebration of the three concert dates spanning May 17 to 19.

The singer played a series of songs from her newly released Tortured Poets Department album during her time in the capital: "Peter," "Guilty as Sin," "How Did It End?" and, of course, single "Fortnight." Swift recently released a music video for the single last month that reunited Dead Poets Society stars Ethan Hawke and Josh Charles.

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"You can't imagine what it's like to walk through an airport with a friend you've known for 35 years, that you grew up with, and watch all the young people in the airport with their Eras sweatshirts on and their Taylor Swift things, and we've got something on them," Hawke told Stephen Colbert of keeping the cameos a secret earlier this month. "We're going to meet the queen ourselves!"

<p>Michael Campanella/TAS24/Getty</p> Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift

The NDA he signed also meant keeping it a secret from his Swiftie daughters. "I tell my teenage daughters that I'm going to meet Taylor, and everybody at school is going to know," Hawke said. "When they did find out, the look on their face was one of profound disappointment. 'Don't pay attention to my dad, my dad's an idiot, you should be calling me.' Taylor belongs to them, you know? I can't have that on them. I had to low-key it."

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The European leg of the Eras tour kicked off in Paris earlier this month. Swift's next stop is Lisbon, Portugal on Friday, where she'll be joined by Paramore.

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