Taylor Swift stops her Eras tour four times in one night

For the safety of her fans, Taylor Swift will not be competing. The singer paused four times during her Eras Tour concert in Edinburgh, Scotland on June 8 when she noticed a struggling Swift in the crowd.

In a viral TikTok filmed inside Murrayfield Stadium, Swift informed security while performing Red album track "All Too Well." "We need some help," she said, pointing to the audience.

Just 20 seconds later, Swift called for help again. "We need some help," she added, before voicing her concerns again in the song, telling the security guard, "I still don't see any help out there."

After continuing her performance, Swift asked for help a fourth and final time. "Still not seeing any help," she said into the microphone.

Swifties were quick to praise the singer for taking care of her fans. “It’s amazing how she understands the importance of keeping the show going and helping individuals,” one user wrote on TikTok. Another commented: “How she handles these potential issues with such responsibility and seriousness. Horrible situation, it gave me goosebumps.”

Taylor Swift performs at the Eras Tour concert in Edinburgh, Scotland. Gareth Cattermole/TAS24/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

This isn't the first time Swift has put her Eras tour on hold. She also caught the attention of a needy fan at her first show in Edinburgh a day earlier. She said into the microphone, "She's right there. I'm going to keep playing until someone helps them and I'm going to sing this song."

On the second night of her Eras tour in Madrid, Spain, Swift also abruptly paused the concert when she noticed a distressed audience member. She glanced at the security guard, pointed to the audience and said, "Ayuda poravour," which translates to "please help."

A similar incident occurred during her performance in Lisbon, Portugal on May 24. While performing "Champagne Problem" on the piano, Swift asked stadium security to help a troubled fan, telling them, "Please do me a favor. Please help them." "