Swifties are crazy about this incredible Christmas light display that was inspired by Taylor Swift and has gone viral on social media. In a TikTok video uploaded by @deborahnilles, fans can see an up-close glimpse of a Naperville, Illinois, home honoring the pop singer’s Eras Tour. The video, which is fittingly set to Swift’s song “ME!” and stars Brendon Urie of Panic!
at the Discos, shows a house decorated with a dizzying array of handcrafted displays and rainbow-colored lights. In one exhibit, Travis Kelce, Swift’s boyfriend, is depicted wearing the #87 Kansas City Chiefs uniform. A neon sign that states “(Taylor’s version)” is held up by the football player next to an NFL logo that reads, “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs.”
Giant replicas of Swift’s album cover (also her “eras”), such as those for her self-titled album, Fearless, Speak Now, Red, 1989, Reputation, Lover, Folklore, Evermore, and Midnights, are another feature of the exhibit. Each section’s matching lights matched its era.
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“This is my house!” said a TikTok user called Becca in the comments. “Almost everything was made by us!” “Becca, I love it!” answered the OP. And here I thought you couldn’t possibly outdo Candy Land!! Christmas greetings!” (It appears that this mansion goes all-in on a different theme each year.)
Even though Taylor Swift was unable to attend Travis Kelce’s most recent Kansas City Chiefs football game—where he achieved a career-defining moment—she nevertheless supported him virtually.
On Sunday, Nov. 26, during the Chiefs vs. Raiders game, Kelce became the first tight end in NFL history to achieve 11,000 career receiving yards. He is currently the first player in Kansas City Chiefs franchise history and the fourth in the NFL to accomplish this feat.
In celebration of Kelce’s accomplishment, the football team shared a picture of him on social media with the caption, “Fastest tight end to 11k receiving yards AND the only player in franchise history to do it .”Swift, who recently concluded her Brazil Eras Tour dates, liked the Instagram post in response to the major announcement, a subdued gesture of support that Swifties instantly noticed. It’s starting to resemble Swiftmas.
Social media is going crazy over an amazing Taylor Swift-themed holiday light show created by an Illinois family. The pop star is honored in this Naperville, Illinois home with flashing lights and handcrafted décor inspired by the Eras Tour.
Huge friendship bracelets, record covers featuring Swift in different eras, and a picture of Travis Kelce brandishing a neon “Taylor’s version” sign next to an NFL logo that says “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs”—a reference to Swift’s recent song change—are all on display.
The 64-year-old rock legend recently decided to go independent, and he shared that the ‘Anti-Hero’ singer inspired him when she decided to record her entire catalog again after getting into a fight with the Big Machine label.
“I feel emboldened and empowered now,” he told USA Today. I owe Taylor Swift a great deal because she inspired me to rerecord my masters (for “Classic” and “Classic Pt. II”). She served as my model. My productivity has been really high lately. I attribute a lot of my fresh energy to the fact that I am autonomous. It also alters your perspective on things. You begin to feel little more valuable.”
The “Summer of 69” hitmaker, on the other hand, acknowledged that even after a lengthy career, he still “underplays” his value as a person. He was somewhat aback to learn that he had received a Grammy nomination last year, having gone nearly 25 years without one from the esteemed awards organization.