Taylor Swift put out a fire in her NYC apartment: Watch Gracie Abrams' video of the ordeal

It's no secret Taylor Swift's music ignites a fire in her fans, but now she's battling actual flames in her own New York City apartment.

The music megastar's "Us" collaborator Gracie Abrams shocked the internet with a new video on Instagram showing Swift putting out a small fire in her kitchen using a fire extinguisher.

"Writing this entire song from 2am to 6am was some of the most fun I’ve ever had in my life. @taylorswift now we know how to use a fire extinguisher. I love you," Abrams captioned an Instagram post including the video.

In the video, a fire appears to have been accidentally started on the popstar's marble counters apparently at her New York City apartment and Swift asks Abrams "What do I do about this?" while holding a fire extinguisher.

Abrams responds, "OK you're going to fire extinguish it," before Swift says "I think we're going to die" repeatedly.

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Rather calm under stress, Swift saves the day while extinguishing the fire before quipping, "Our purses are ruined and my shoes and the whole room I think."

Abrams, a Grammy nominee for best new artist, shared the video Friday, the same day she released her new song "Us" featuring Swift. Last year, Abrams scored a slot as an opener on Swift’s historic Eras Tour and reached No. 1 on Billboard's Emerging Artists Chart.

The duo's highly anticipated collaborations arrives from Abrams' sophomore album "The Secret of Us," which was released Friday and serves as a follow-up to last year's debut record "Good Riddance."

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Taylor Swift puts out fire in her NYC apartment in IG video