Rain, Hail Or Shine. Taylor Swift Delivered For Sydney Fans
The concert started late due to storm concerns, but the pop icon braved and slayed despite the weather.
Taylor took to the stage in Homebush just before 10pm but not before keeping her wet and weary fans in the loop.
"Hey to the Sydney crowd, we're about to go on stage," she reported live on Instagram stories.
"There was some weather that happened but it's passed now," she said.
The star also gave a shoutout to the city for running extra trains and buses to make sure her Swifties got home safely after the show.
"And also Sydney has been so wonderful as to extend their public transportation for this evening because the show was delayed; so that's incredible," she said.
"Love you guys and I will see you in a minute," she promised.
And while the weather didn't exactly move on, Swift did not miss a beat, performing hits including "Blank Space", "Shake It Off" and "Look What You Made Me Do" in the middle of a dramatic spring thunderstorm.
"We had the absolute time of out LIVES with you. It poured consistently for the first 90% of the show and we all go to jump around together in a storm, what a dream," Swift wrote on Instagram after the epic show.
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Fans didn't seem to mind that the show started an hour late -- with the heavy rain providing an even more memorable experience.
Swift poked fun at her earlier weather forecast, posting a photo of herself in the middle of the heavy downpour.
Taylor will perform in Brisbane next Tuesday, her last stop in Australia as part of her Reputation tour -- but Queenslanders won't have to pack a poncho, with clear skies forecast on the day.
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