Taylor Swift fans are wearing adult diapers so they don’t miss any songs during her three-hour concert
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Taylor Swift fans are taking it to the next level during her Eras Tour.
The career-spanning tour follows the singer's journey from a teenage country musician to a global pop star.
She sings songs from each one of her 10 albums and it goes for more than three hours.
If you're not a fan of a certain album then that would be the moment to duck out to the loo or the bar for a bit of a breather.
However, if you're a diehard supporter who knows the lyrics and backstory to virtually every single song, then you probably won't get much reprieve.
Even if you managed to bolt to the bathroom between songs, you might miss something sweet and unique that Taylor says to the crowd and that moment will forever be lost on you.
But Swifties are smart.
They have discovered adult diapers and some have been wearing them at the lengthy concert to avoid this pesky problem.
Fans have taken to TikTok to show off how they plan to or have managed to execute the look.
One woman said: "The amount of stress and time it took me to get Taylor Swift tickets, I will be getting an adult diaper because I am not missing a minute of it."
Another revealed how she struggled to get a diaper on underneath her gold dress.
A different user showed herself at the concert saying 'no one knows I'm wearing a diaper for this'.
One who attended one of Swift's shows in the pouring rain added a caption to her video that said: "The diaper rash and trench foot was worth this moment of Taylor looking right at us."
Fans have also recently been reporting getting so excited at seeing their favorite musician on stage again that they've suffered amnesia.
Jenna Tocatlian from New York experienced that very phenomenon, telling TIME that 'post-concert amnesia is real'.
Swift sang 'Better Man', and Tocatlian would have no idea it even happened if it wasn't for a friend who captured it on camera.
As she and her friends waited to leave the packed stadium, Tocatlian started listening to Swift's hit over again on her phone and she began quizzing her mates on what songs the star had played.
She revealed she was asking questions like: "Did she really play that? How much of it did she play?"
Others quoted in the TIME article said it was like they didn't even attend the concert because of how big the memory gap was.