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Tuesday, May 23, 2023

PHOTOS: Taylor Swift fans are selling fallen rainwater from her "The Eras Tour" concert for $250 online

Taylor Swift fans are selling fallen rainwater from her "The Eras Tour" concert for $250 online. (Read More Here).

Taylor Swift fans are known for their intense devotion to the music superstar, which apparently includes selling all sorts of bizarre merchandise online.

One fan has taken it to the next level and is selling jars of rainwater that fell during Swift's recent 'rain show' in Massachusetts for a whopping sum of USD$250 (AUD$376, £201).

Yep, that's 250 smackeroonies for the literal water that fell from the sky as Swift belted out her incredible discography of hit after hit.

The image depicts three containers from local weed dispensary Happy Valley, filled with a clear liquid that was apparently caught during the downpour that rained down upon the second Gillette Stadium show.

As per a deep dive into Facebook Marketplace by yours truly, the listing no longer appears to be on Facebook Marketplace.

“We’ve been waiting for hours to play for you,” Swift told the crowd after the show was finally underway. “You’ve been waiting for hours. The mutual love between us right now. You waiting and doing that for us is making me feel fantastic, Nashville.”

Sunday’s concert marked the final of three shows at Nissan Stadium, a weekend that unlocked several exciting surprises for Swifties. Not only did the 12-time Grammy winner and Bridgers perform their Red (Taylor’s Version) duet “Nothing New” live for the first time Friday night (May 5), but Swift also announced that her long-awaited Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) re-record will arrive this summer.

So it's unclear as to whether the 'rainwater' is still available for purchase.

Social media users flocked to Only in Boston’s post to comment on the bizarre sale.

One user said: "What? Crazy."

A second added: "Plot twist... [the] whole time it [was] toilet water." “I first made Speak Now, completely self-written, between the ages of 18 and 20,” she later wrote on Instagram, revealing that the updated version will include six previously unreleased vault songs. “The songs that came from this time in my life were marked by their brutal honesty, unfiltered diaristic confessions and wild wistfulness. I love this album because it tells a tale of growing up, flailing, flying and crashing … and living to speak about it.”

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