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Just call it her “Errors” Tour.
Taylor Swift suffered an onstage wardrobe malfunction when her Christian Louboutin boots broke in the middle of her show, forcing the Grammy winner to walk like a Barbie.
The incident occurred early in Swift’s Monday night show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Robbie, who starred as the iconic Mattel doll in the blockbuster movie, drew tons of online attention after a trailer showed the 33-year-old actress walking on the balls of her feet just like the doll.
Swift’s heel snafu appeared to happen pretty early on during her concert. Several photos snapped by fans show the brand’s iconic red sole missing from the shoe during her performance of “The Man,” which is the third song of her set list.
One fan-captured video caught the “Love Story” singer messing with her heel after finishing one of her iconic tunes before tossing it into the crowd — who was not quite “ready for it.”
“My feet feel amazing right now,” Swift said as several fans screamed with delight.
Following the concert, the diehard Swiftie who caught the heel posted a picture of the sole peeking out of their backpack.
This was not the first malfunction that happened during Swift’s worldwide tour.
During the “Blank Space” singer’s Chicago leg, she accidentally swallowed a bug during her “Evermore” performance and gagged.
“I just swallowed a bug,” Swift declared at the time.
“Oh, delicious,” the pop star quipped. “Is there any chance that none of you saw that?”
That same night, Swift’s microphone stopped working, prompting technicians at Soldier Field to rush on stage to give her a new one.
During a stint in Houston, Swift also powered through her nearly three-hour show with a hand injury.
“For those asking how I cut my hand, I’m totally fine and it was my fault completely — tripped on my dress hem and fell in the dark backstage while running to a quick change — braced my fall with my palm,” Swift later wrote on X.
Swift’s Monday night show was originally scheduled for Saturday, but was canceled by the “Cruel Summer” singer due to the extreme temperatures in Brazil.
“I’m writing this from my dressing room in the stadium,” Swift wrote in an Instagram Story. “The decision has been made to postpone tonight’s show due to the extreme temperatures in Rio.”
“The safety and well-being of my fans, fellow performers and crew always has to come first.”
The show comes after the “Anti-Hero” singer debuted “Bigger Than the Whole Sky” following the death of fan Ana Clara Benevides, who suffered a cardiac arrest and died while waiting for the singer to begin her show on Saturday.