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Taylor Swift's entire dress coming off during concert proves she can do it with wardrobe malfunction

Taylor Swift had a major wardrobe malfunction during her May 19 Eras Tour show in Stockholm, causing her to untie her entire dress to fix the issue.

Taylor Swift performs onstage during Eras Tour
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Originally appeared on E! Online

Who's afraid of a little old wardrobe malfunction?

Certainly not Taylor Swift, who effortlessly handled a tech issue that required her to take off her dress during the acoustic section of her May 19 "Eras Tour" show in Stockholm, Sweden.

After noting that part of the sound device attached to her outfit had "come undone," the "Fortnight" singer told the crowd in a video posted to TikTok May 20, "Just talk amongst yourselves."

Following the instruction, Swift sat at her piano bench and undid her entire ombré blue wrap dress in an attempt to make adjustments herself, revealing her black-and-gold bedazzled set underneath, which she wore during the previous "Tortured Poets Department" era of the show. When that didn't work either, one of her crew members arrived on stage to help her.

Naturally, fans attending the Stockholm concert were surprised by the unexpected dress removal, with one concertgoer heard asking in the clip, "Oh, is she changing?"

Others praised Swift for being "Ms. Perfectly Fine" through the whole ordeal, with one TikTok user commenting, "Even when there's a malfunction she's adorable."

Of course, this wasn't the first mishap that Swift's had to shake off since her tour kicked off over a year ago. Back in February, the 34-year-old almost took a tumble off one of the set builds during a stop in Tokyo.

"I almost fell off the Folklore cabin," Swift said after finishing her Feb. 9 performance of "The 1." "But I didn't and that's the lesson."

Quipping that her "life flashed before my eyes," the Grammy winner jokingly added, "No, I'm good. Everything's fine, everything's great."

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