If this isn’t one way to remember a concert experience, what could be?
A woman who attended Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert in Cincinnati came home to an interesting sunburn she got from the sold-out show on July 1.
The Swift fan posted a video on TikTok showing her sunburn that left the word “Gay” across her chest.
“When you decide to write ‘You Need to Calm Down’ lyrics on your chest for Eras Tour Cincinnati night 2 and weren’t thinking about the sun,” the swiftie fan, who goes by @saccharinesylph, joked.
In the beginning of the clip, the woman is seen in her rainbow-colored dress with glittery, blue letters across her chest reading “Shade Never Made Anybody Less Gay.”
The wording is lyrics to Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” song from her seventh studio album, Lover.
“Oh I f**ked up,” the TikToker captioned the vid.
People watching the hilarious vid, that now has over 391,000 views, flooded the comment section.
“This is hands down the BEST thing I’ve seen on this app,” one person said.
“Ok but at least it’s the best lyrics of the best song ever 😂😍,” a swiftie adored.
Other concert-goers revealed they even went through the same thing.
“I have ‘I don’t dress for men’ on my arm because of the same thing 😂😂,” a replier joked.
“My friend did this years ago during the peak Twilight years and had “team Jacob” on her upper thigh the entire summer 😂,” another commenter said.
The second night of Swift’s Cincinnati stop moved its start time an hour ahead of schedule due to an unspecified “weather situation,” forcing fans to sit in the sunny weather a bit longer.
“Hey Cincinnati – Alas we’ve got another weather situation but this just means I get to see you sooner,” Swift said at the time. “I’ll be going on an hour early at 7pm – we’ll open doors at 4:30 See you then!
The Eras Tour, which kicked off in March, spans for 52 dates, 20 stadiums, 10 albums and 44 songs, with each show lasting more than three hours.
Swift said The Eras Tour is “a journey through all my musical eras of my career” when she announced it on “Good Morning America” in November.