Joey King may be used to having fans, but she was still wowed by the crowd at Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour stop in Kansas City, Missouri on July 7.
Swift brought King, Taylor Lautner and Presley Cash onstage at her first stop in Kansas City to premiere her music video for “I Can See You (Taylor’s Version),” which they all starred in.
“That’s a different level”, King told CNN of the experience “It is a very special experience to go on stage with more than 70,000 people”.
He Bullet train The star explained that she was unaware that the Grammy-winning artist would be taking her onstage that night.
“I was like, ‘Take me on stage?’ She was like, ‘Didn’t I tell you?’ I was like ‘You didn’t tell me I was going on stage,’” she continued. “Oh my god. I started sweating and freaking out, and I got really nervous. But it was amazing to have that experience and feel the energy come to you.”
King also compared being on stage in front of tens of thousands of people to feeling like an ice bath.
“It just takes your breath away, and you really take your breath away,” he said. “It was really an impressive experience to see all those people who send all this energy directly to you. It was exhilarating.”
The kissing booth The actress and Swift first worked together in 2011 when the former starred in the latter’s music video for her hit song “Mean.” When Swift approached King about starring in the “I Can See You” music video, the The actress didn’t need much convincing, or any really.
“She showed me the treatment for the video that she had written, and it was an immediate ‘yes’ for me,” King said. “I love Taylor. Who does not? She’s amazing.”
He music video sees King, Lautner, and Cash working together to get Swift out of a museum where she and Speak Now They are being held against their will. In an Instagram post announcing the music video, the artist explained that her story symbolizes how it has felt to her to have her fans help her bring her music back by supporting her re-releases.