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Australian Swiftie slams fellow fan’s ‘selfish’ act during Taylor Swift’s sold-out show: ‘Have concert etiquette please!’

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An angry Swiftie has taken to social media to lash out at the 'selfish' behavior of another Taylor Swift fan (pictured) during an emotional song performance in Melbourne.

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An angry Swiftie has taken to social media to lash out at another Taylor Swift fan’s ‘selfish’ behavior during an emotional song performance in Melbourne.

The superstar, 34, wowed 96,000 fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground last week with a moving performance of her emotional ballad Tolerate It.

However, one fan wasn’t impressed because another Swiftie sang the song’s lyrics out of tune, documenting the infuriating moment on TikTok.

In the clip, Taylor’s voice is drowned out by the sound of the fan shouting the song, much to the chagrin of one ticket holder.

“I honestly don’t care how much you like the song, concerts are a public space and the people around you pay a lot of money,” the upset fan captioned the video.

An angry Swiftie has taken to social media to lash out at the 'selfish' behavior of another Taylor Swift fan (pictured) during an emotional song performance in Melbourne.

An angry Swiftie has taken to social media to lash out at the ‘selfish’ behavior of another Taylor Swift fan (pictured) during an emotional song performance in Melbourne.

‘Do not be selfish. Have concert etiquette, please.

The user’s followers were divided over the images, with some sharing their agreement while others noted that concerts are a community atmosphere.

‘This makes me very sad. “This is literally how you should behave at concerts,” one fan criticized.

The superstar, 34, wowed 96,000 fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground last week with a moving performance of her emotional ballad Tolerate It.

The superstar, 34, wowed 96,000 fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground last week with a moving performance of her emotional ballad Tolerate It.

The superstar, 34, wowed 96,000 fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground last week with a moving performance of her emotional ballad Tolerate It.

“You should be fun at parties,” a second person added, while a third user chimed in: “If you want a quiet concert, listen to your Spotify playlist.”

However, others agreed with Rose and said the rowdy Swifties were impacting the concert experience.

“There’s a difference between singing out loud and screaming,” one person wrote.

In the clip, Taylor's voice is drowned out by the sound of the fan screaming along to the song, much to the chagrin of one ticket holder.

In the clip, Taylor's voice is drowned out by the sound of the fan screaming along to the song, much to the chagrin of one ticket holder.

In the clip, Taylor’s voice is drowned out by the sound of the fan screaming along to the song, much to the chagrin of one ticket holder.

“Imagine this is your favorite song and you can’t hear a single word because someone does this,” another user commented.

It comes after Swift was left speechless and moved after a rapturous reception from the crowd at her second night of performing in Sydney on Saturday.

The Shake It Off singer put her hands on her chest and mouthed: ‘Oh my God’ during a four-minute ovation at Accor Stadium.

Swift will take to the Accor Stadium stage on Sunday night before wrapping up the Australian leg of her Eras Tour concerts on Monday.

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