Taylor Swift sparkles in dazzling silver bodysuit and boots at Eras Tour stop in Sao Paulo… one week after fan’s tragic death at Rio de Janeiro show

Taylor Swift kicked off the Sao Paulo leg of her Eras Tour concerts in Brazil on Friday with a big show of love for her fans.

The 33-year-old pop star – who plans to spend Christmas with her boyfriend Travis Kelce – greeted the crowd by making a heart sign with her hands, which comes a week after the tragic death of a fan at Taylor’s concert in Rio de Janeiro . .

The superstar dazzled in a glittering bodysuit adorned with rhinestones and matching knee-high boots, playfully flexing her muscles for the crowd.

She performed 1989’s “Now That We Don’t Talk” as the first surprise song for Day 1 of her Sao Paulo shows.

The second surprise tune came in the form of ‘Innocent’ by Speak Now.

Big love: Taylor Swift started the Sao Paulo leg of her Eras Tour concerts in Brazil with a big show of love for her fans

Bowing: The superstar dazzled in a glittering bodysuit adorned with rhinestones and matching knee-high boots, playfully flexing her muscles for the crowd

Heartfelt: The 33-year-old pop star greeted the crowd by making a heart sign with her hands, a week after the tragic death of a fan at Taylor’s concert in Rio de Janeiro

The superstar dazzled in a glittering bodysuit adorned with rhinestones and matching knee-high boots.

Her blonde locks were worn into a straight hairstyle for the performance.

Another of her dazzling outfits on the show was a sparkling dress with silver fringes.

She also wore a beautiful yellow dress during another part of the show.

During the show, Taylor strummed a silver rhinestone-adorned guitar with the number 13 on it.

As Taylor embarks on the final leg of her 2023 Eras Tour in the Brazilian city this weekend, authorities continue to investigate the death of 23-year-old Ana Clara Benevides Machado.

Machado died during the November 17 show after passing out due to the brutal heat in the stadium that reached temperatures of more than 45 degrees Fahrenheit, according to local sources.

The Brazilian producer behind the show, CEO of Time For Fun, Serafim Abreu, released a video statement in Portuguese about the death via Instagram on Thursday.

Surprise, surprise: She also performed 1989’s “Now That We Don’t Talk” as the first surprise song for Day 1 of The Eras Tour in Sao Paulo

Surprise too: The second surprise tune came in the form of ‘Innocent’ by Speak Now

Sparkling: Another of her dazzling outfits at the show was a sparkling dress with silver fringes

Having fun: Swift seemed to be having a good time as she performed for the crowd

Investigation: As Taylor embarks on the final leg of her 2023 Eras Tour in the Brazilian city this weekend, authorities continue to investigate the death of 23-year-old Ana Clara Benevides Machado

Tragedy: Machado had died during the November 17 show after fainting due to the brutal heat in the stadium that reached temperatures of more than 45 degrees Celsius, according to local sources

“We recognize that we could have taken a number of alternative actions in addition to all the others we took,” Abreu said.

‘Unfortunately, for the first time in the more than forty years that we have been active, we had a fatal accident. We are absolutely devastated and deeply saddened by the loss of young Ana Clara, despite the prompt care and all the efforts of the medical teams at the event and in hospital.”

Swift was completely unaware of the tragedy while she was performing and has since released a statement expressing her devastation over Benevides’ death, as well as her condolences to the young girl’s family.

“I can’t believe I’m writing these words, but it is with her broken heart that I say that earlier tonight, before my show, we lost a fan. I can’t even tell you how devastated I am by this,” Swift wrote in her Instagram statement after the show.

“There’s very little information I have other than the fact that she was so incredibly beautiful and very young,” she continued.

“I’m not going to be able to talk about this from the stage because I feel overwhelmed with sadness when I even try to talk about it.

I want to say now that I feel this loss deeply, and my broken heart goes out to her family and friends.

This is the last thing I ever thought would happen when we decided to bring the show to Brazil.”

More work: “We recognize that we could have taken some alternative actions in addition to all the others we have done,” the Brazilian producer behind the show, Serafim Abreu, said on Thursday

Wrapping up: Taylor has three more shows at Brazil’s Allianz Parque and resumes her tour in February 2024

According to her cousin, Estela Benevides, Benevides reportedly suffered cardiac arrest, as reported by Brazilian media.

Doctors on the scene tried to revive the young fan, but were unable to do so.

She was taken to Salgado Filho Municipal Hospital but died shortly afterwards.

Taylor has three shows left at Brazil’s Allianz Parque and will resume her tour in February 2024 after a winter break.