Taylor Swift Reputation Tour: Charli XCX is underrated

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    Charli XCX has joined Taylor Swift as a support act for her Reputation Tour, last night she performed at Manchester Etihad Stadium.

    Charli XCX/YouTube
    Charli XCX/YouTube

    The British singer/songwriter, whose hits include Boom Clap and Boys, has joined Taylor Swift as a support act for her Reputation Stadium tour this summer.

    Taylor Swift performed her second and last show at Etihad Stadium on Saturday night as part of her Reputation world tour.

    Charli XCX opened Taylor’s Reputation show on Saturday night in a sheer PVC two-piece ensemble, and performed a range of her hits.

    In general support acts are meant to warm-up the crowds before the star of the show performs, but Charli XCX did way more than that.

    The 25-year-old hitmaker had the Stadium in the palm of her hand as she began with ‘Boom Clap’ and followed with ‘I Love It’.

    Charli is renown for her most innovative music in pop, with many incredible artists giving their ‘seal of approval’ for her songwriting skills.

    charli_xcx/instagram
    charli_xcx/instagram

    During the Reputation tour, Charli has made sure every performance is energetic but it has gone a little too far in the past when she admitted to accidentally falling out of her crop top just seconds into her set.

    Last month the pop-star apologised on Instagram: “Omg my boob fell out song 1 can you believe it!!!! I think i saved it but I’m so so sorry if I flashed anyone I really didn’t mean to I promise!!!!”

    Charli is long overdue the credit she deserves, and over the next six months she’s set to play 50 concerts alongside Taylor – Giving her the exposure she most earned.

    Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour will arrive in Dublin next week for 2 shows, and then conclude for its UK run in Wembley (London) the week after. You can buy tickets from Live Nation UK.

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