Taylor Swift’s upcoming Thanksgiving plans are in the air following the tragic loss of a fan at her recent Brazil show.
‘She doesn’t know her holiday plans yet,’ an insider disclosed to Page Six this week.
The insider noted, ‘The Brazil concerts… She is devastated about a fan dying. The weather is extreme. It’s a mess she didn’t expect. It’s been a traumatic experience. It’s been a lot. She is going to decide today.’
Prior to the chaos in South America, Swift, 33, had planned to spend the holiday in the states.
It was noted that ‘traveling could end up being too much or she could want to come home.’ The person shared that the songstress will make an official decision after Monday night’s concert.
Uncertain: Taylor Swift’s upcoming Thanksgiving plans are in the air following the tragic loss of a fan at her recent Brazil show
Precarious: ‘She doesn’t know her holiday plans yet,’ an insider disclosed this week
Taylor performed an emotional tribute to Ana Clara Benevides, who tragically passed away from ‘cardiac arrest due to dehydration’ at the Eras Tour stop in Rio de Janeiro on Friday.
While appearing to pay her respects to her late fan, who was 23, she delivered her gut-wrenching ballad, Bigger Than the Whole Sky, about grieving a premature loss.
Her emotionally draining last few day also include the fatal stabbing of a 25-year-old fan named Gabriel Milhomem Santos.
There was additionally the death of superfan Ally Anderson, who passed away after a five-year battle with cancer.
During the show, the Grammy winner was visibly choked up while mourning the recent tragedies.
The singer-songwriter’s voice quivered as she attempted to get through the lyrics: ‘Did some force take you because I didn’t pray?’
Fans online acknowledged the tribute, with one writing, ‘Taylor Swift did a beautiful job honoring all the Swifties taken too soon.’
Someone else wrote, ‘I feel like we are all going to remember this one tonight. Whether it be live in Brazil or anywhere in the world.’
Before: Prior to the chaos in South America, Swift had planned to spend the holiday in the states
Devastating: On Friday, Ana Clara Benevides, 23, fainted in the front row of Taylor’s show and was given CPR by doctors at the scene, but they failed to revive her
‘Taylor Swift did a beautiful job honoring all the Swifties taken too soon,’ one fan tweeted
Last week Benevides fainted in the front row and was given CPR by doctors at the scene but failed to revive her. She was transported to a hospital, where she suffered a second cardiac arrest and died.
Earlier during the show, Swift, who had to postpone Saturday’s show due to sweltering temperatures, expressed gratitude to all her attendees for braving the record-breaking heat and rain to support her.
‘How lucky do you have to be to have 65,000 people dance in the pouring rain with you?’ she said to the crowd. ‘I’ve never gotten to bring a tour to Brazil before and you’ve been so supportive to me ever since the beginning of my career.’
Swift continued: ‘I love you so much and I’m so happy to see your faces tonight, you have no idea.’