Taylor Swift Urges Fans To Be Kind To Themselves In Minneapolis

Taylor Swift, who is in the midst of her Reputation Stadium Tour, surprised her fans at the show in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Saturday by performing “Tied Together With a Smile,” an old track from her 2006 self-titled album. Before performing “Tied Together With a Smile,” Swift shared some advice with her fans and asked them not to judge a person based on how they look from the outside and to be “kind to yourself.” “One thing I have noticed in my life is you can never judge what somebody else is going through, even if they seem like they have it all together, they seem like, how can they ever have any problems?” Swift said, according to Billboard. “Somebody is maybe really beautiful or seems like they have it all together, maybe they have a life that you’re really envious of.” “But I’ve learned that appearances aren’t everything,” Swift added. “Just because somebody looks happy doesn’t mean they are. Just because somebody looks healthy doesn’t mean they are.” “There’s so much pressure on everyone these days to have it all together, to have a perfect body, a perfect life, to know exactly where they want to go with their life. I think the stress and the pressure of not being able to say that they’re hurting has really taken a toll on a lot of people. So I’m just asking you, just try to be kind to yourself. Just know that there are so many people that are going through the exact same thing that you might be going through, whatever it is,” she continued. Swift had earlier said that she wrote the song based on one of her friends, “who is this beauty queen, pageant princess – a gorgeous, popular girl in high school. Every guy wanted to be with her, every girl wanted to be her. I wrote that song the day I found out she had an eating disorder.” Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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