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Taylor Swift Played Tourist at the Sydney Zoo in a White Tee and Denim Miniskirt

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In your wildest dreams, did you ever think Taylor Swift would go to the zoo? Sure, she went on a date to the Central Park Zoo in New York City with Harry Styles, but post-COVID Taylor? WAG-era Taylor? Billionaire Taylor? Crazy but true, she’s still just a girl who goes places. Including the zoo.

<h1 class="title">Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour - Melbourne, Australia</h1><cite class="credit">Graham Denholm/TAS24/Getty Images</cite>

Taylor Swift | The Eras Tour - Melbourne, Australia

Graham Denholm/TAS24/Getty Images

The “Cruel Summer” hitmaker was spotted at the Sydney Zoo in Australia, where she is currently playing a string of shows (in Australia, not at the zoo, specifically), taking in the sights with members of her Eras Tour crew. According to pictures attained by Page Six, she wore a white T-shirt, denim miniskirt and white tennis shoes, and took pictures of the animals with a digital camera. The article states that Swift “is believed to have taken a particular liking to the Tasmanian devils” and credits no source for this juicy information, so props to the Tasmanian devils’ PR team for getting a mention?

Would be remiss if I didn't take the opportunity to remind you all of this banger….

Between sightseeing and letting her hair go curly, Taylor Swift found time to play massive shows for sold-out crowds and opened up about the headspace she was in while recording some of her most famous songs.

“[I was] imagining that, instead of being a lonely millennial woman covered in cat hair drinking my weight in white wine, I was a ghostly Victorian lady wandering through the woods with a candle in a candlestick holder, and I wrote only on parchment with a feathered quill,” she told a crowd of her first pandemic-era album. “That was in my mind, what I thought I looked like writing Folklore. That is not what I looked like…so that’s all that matters—the delusion."

Of her upcoming work, Swift told another Aussie crowd, "I needed to make it. It was really a lifeline for me…. It sort of reminded me of why songwriting is something that actually gets me through life. And I’ve never had an album where I’ve needed songwriting more than I needed it on Tortured Poets.”

Travis Kelce, do you like zoos?


Originally Appeared on Glamour