Twitter Can't Forget Taylor Swift Sings "Midnight Rain" During Heavy Rain

Taylor Swift claims she can't control the weather, but a performance on this Eras tour might prove otherwise. The 12-time Grammy winner performed her Midnights fan-favorite song "Midnight Rain" in a torrential downpour just after 12 a.m. during a show in Nashville on May 7, prompting tweets about the doomed moments are filled with emotion.

Swift was forced to postpone the show by four hours after lightning struck near Nissan Stadium, causing the venue to issue a shelter-in-place order before it was scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. and asking attendees to wait in the hallways or in their seats . Until the storm passes. As a result, planned opening acts Phoebe Bridgers and Gracie Abrams were unable to perform, but Swift was determined not to cancel the show. "PS I know people say it's going to rain tonight but I'm ready to play see you soon!!" she tweeted as fans were still waiting to get into the stadium.

After lightning passed around 10 p.m., Swift finally took the stage. She performed for over 3 hours without removing anything from her 44-song setlist. However, the rain continued to fall throughout the concert, and since the midnight performance was the last part of the show, that meant Swift performed "Midnight" while it was raining after midnight — around 1 a.m. to be exact. rain".

At the beginning of the show, Swift noted that one factor that keeps her from planning a stadium trip in advance is the weather. "The fact that we had chaotic weather and you decided to stay here and count on us to be able to put on this show for you means the world to me and everyone on this tour," she told the audience.

Twitter couldn't accept that Swift pulled off the song's title completely unplanned while on tour — but of course, there were some jokes about Swift having a power greater than nature.

Swift is a well-known rain show fan, having hosted rain shows on the 2018 Reputation Stadium tour and the 2011 Speak Now tour. But as she admitted on the show, none of it was on the level of the Nashville station. "This is something we do together," she says in red . "It's like a bonding experience. We're all going to leave here tonight looking like we just washed the car five times... People are going to be like, 'Where were you? How many wars? You're going to be like, 'No.' , I just did the Eras Tour.'"