Tayor Swift's Sweet Gesture to Fan 'Harassed' by Security Guard

Taylor Swift is always putting her fans first!

The 33-year-old singer gifted one fan tickets to see her perform for a second time after the first show she attended was rudely interrupted by a "strict" security guard.

Speaking with the Daily Mail, Kelly Inglis Kelly opened up about the situation during which Swift came to her defense after a security guard yelled at her and her friends in the crowd for having a good time.

"I was just dancing, and this security guard was just crazy, yelling at us," she recalled to the outlet. "He didn't want us to take photos in front of the stage. He was being very strict."

"Every time he passed us we had to stand back because we were worried he would kick us out," Kelly's sister, Kirstin chimed in before Kelly stated, "He had been like that all night, he was really annoyed."

"I know Taylor Swift–she wants people to come to her shows and have fun. I wasn't doing anything outrageous, I wasn't trying to get to the other side of the barrier. Every time we would dance he would say 'You need to back up,'" she recalled.

Swift took notice of the situation as it was happening right in front of her, and yelled down to the security guard in the middle of her 2014 hit, "Bad Blood," shouting, "She's fine!" seamlessly in between lyrics. "She wasn't doing anything!" she continued after the next line of the song.

"Hey! Stop!" Swift continued to yell one more time before finally jumping back into the choreography, ironically singing, "Now we've got problems, and I don't think we can solve them," as she moved down the stage.

"I don't think I even put it together at first, the crazy part is that he kept yelling at me. My sister then was shouting 'Turn around, Taylor is yelling at you,'" Kelly said. "He didn't know what was going on."

Kelly shared a TikTok video on her friend's page, explaining the situation, noting that Swift gave her and her group free tickets for the Sunday, May 14 show.

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"Its me, hi, im the problem," she wrote in the caption, going on to explain that her group felt harassed by the guard all night. "He kept telling us not to touch the rail, and like every time we did anything he was on top of us," she said. "We're dancing, we're having fun, and he didn't like it. And Taylor noticed that I was having fun and that he didn't like it, and she didn't like it," she explained.

"He basically got like escorted out, and then they offered us free tickets for tonight. It wasn't like this big crazy thing, it was just a bunch of girls having a good time," she said.

And now, hopefully, she's able to enjoy the second show without any interruptions!