Taylor Swift Slips on Stairs After New Year’s Eve Performance [WATCH VIDEO]

By DV Pre | 2 years ago
Taylor Swift Slips on Stairs After New Year’s Eve Performance [WATCH VIDEO]

Oops! Taylor Swift might have been a tad bit excited to celebrate the New Year. The singer nearly loses her footing and slips at the “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2015” after performing “Welcome to New York” and “Shake It Off.”

Good thing the singer was quick to grab onto the railing to prevent herself from totally losing balance. She didn’t seemed to be fazed by the tiny incident as she gave her fans a sly smile and wave. Talk about shaking it off! Quick save, Tay!


The singer killed it in her performance from tracks off her latest album “1989.”

“I know in 2014 there was something that got under your skin. It really bothered you. Now is the time, New York City. I want to see you shake it off,” said Swift.

Millions of fans reportedly braved the cold to watch the performances of their favorite singers including One Direction, Snoop Dogg, Iggy Azalea, Magic! Charli XCX and Idina Menzel.

If there’s one person who seem to didn’t mind the cold at all, it’s got to be the "Blank Space" singer. The 25-year-old performed in her now signature festive black crop top and pants that showed off her toned figure.

Host Ryan Seacrest even poked fun at the singer’s preference for the revealing outfit and said, “‘Shake It Off’? More like take it off!”

To be fair, Taylor wore a glittering silver jacket over her midriff-baring sequin get up to provide some warmth.

If she wanted warmth, the singer could have cozied up to Seacrest and share a New Year’s Eve kiss at midnight. The two actually teased the fans and joked about it.  Unfortunately, Seacrest and Swift did not get around to doing it. You owe us a kiss, you guys!

There you have it on Taylor Swift’s near slip at the Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve

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