‘I Got Screwed Up’: Taylor Swift Fan Reveals How Singer’s ‘Gay’ Lyrics WERE ONLY BURNED On Her Chest During Eras Tour Show

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Lilly Higgs is an Ohio-based Taylor Swift fan who revealed she got 'fucked' after writing lyrics to one of her favorite songs on her chest.

‘I Shit Up’: Taylor Swift Fan Reveals How Singer’s ‘Gay’ Lyrics ONLY BURNED On Her Chest During Eras Tour Show

  • Taylor Swift super fan Lilly Higgs from Ohio took to TikTok to share the mishap.
  • She revealed that she wrote the lyrics to her favorite song on her chest.
  • But, during the Eras Tour show, he ended up with a sunburned outline of them.

A Taylor Swift super-fan has revealed how she wrote the lyrics to one of her favorite songs on her chest, only to discover the word ‘gay’ had been sunburned.

Lilly Higgs took to TikTok to share that her love for the pop star, who is currently selling out arenas during her Eras Tour, ended up backfiring.

Ohio-based Swiftie noted that she wrote the lyrics to her favorite song You Need To Calm Down on her chest before attending the Cincinnati concert.

However, Lilly disregarded the sun’s rays and has now been branded with the word ‘gay’ on her chest.

Lilly Higgs is an Ohio-based Taylor Swift fan who revealed she got ‘fucked’ after writing lyrics to one of her favorite songs on her chest.

She took to TikTok to share that her love for the pop star, who is currently selling out arenas during her Eras Tour, ended up backfiring as she was left with an interesting sunburn.

She took to TikTok to share that her love for the pop star, who is currently selling out arenas during her Eras Tour, ended up backfiring as she was left with an interesting sunburn.

Lilly took to the video-sharing platform to detail her unfortunate experience.

She captioned the clip: “When you decide to write the lyrics to You Need to Calm Down on your chest for the Eras Tour Cincinnati night two and you weren’t thinking about the sun.”

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The super fan then showed up before the concert wearing a dress in the colors of the rainbow.

He wrote the words, ‘The Shadow Never Made No One Less Gay,’ across his chest in bright blue paint.

The lyrics are from the hit song You Need to Calm Down, which appears on the singer’s seventh album, Lover.

Lilly noted that she intended to spell the word ‘anyone’ when other fans criticized her misspelling.

After showing the consequences of letter-marking herself, Lilly said, “Oh, I’ve fucked up.”

Viewers couldn’t contain their laughter and flooded the comments section, many even sharing similar experiences.

However, Lilly disregarded the sun's rays and has now been branded with the word 'gay' on her chest.

However, Lilly disregarded the sun’s rays and has now been branded with the word ‘gay’ on her chest.

Viewers couldn't contain their laughter and flooded the comments section, many even sharing similar experiences.

Viewers couldn’t contain their laughter and flooded the comments section, many even sharing similar experiences.

One person said: “I saw a video of this happening to someone at pride and the words were still on them a year later.”

Another user added: “I’m so sorry I’m actually gasping for this.”

“Bestie, this is hysterical,” another person commented.

Someone else wrote: “This is absolutely iconic though.”

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