Stevie Nicks & Julia Roberts Attend Taylor Swift’s Third And Final Dublin Show


Singer Stevie Nicks and actress Julia Roberts were among the household names to attend Taylor Swift’s third and final show at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium over the weekend.

Former Fleetwood Mac singer Nicks was described by Swift as her “hero”, when she dedicated a live performance of ‘Clara Bow’ to Nicks.

This was also the first time that Swift performed the track live.

Taylor Swift told the crowd: “The reason I want to play this tonight is because a friend of mine is here who is watching the show and who has really been one of the reasons why I or any female artist gets to do what we get to do. She’s paved the way for us. And she’s mentored so many artists”.

Describing Nicks as a “guiding hand” to artists, Swift also added: “I can’t tell you how rare that is”. 

“She’s a hero of mine and also someone that I can tell her any secret and she would never tell anybody. She’s really helped me through so much over the years”. 

Taylor Swift and ‘Karma’

Another guest who was spotted at Taylor Swift’s Dublin show was Hollywood actress Julia Roberts.

The Pretty Woman star was seen at the VIP tent, sharing friendship bracelets with fans, as Taylor also paid homage to her partner and NFL star Travis Kelce.

Kelce jammed out the second half of Swift’s live show, while getting a special mention on the show’s closing track, ‘Karma’, which saw Swift sing: “Karma is the guy on the Chiefs, coming straight home to me”. 

The singer also revealed on stage that this show meant that her Eras Tour made history, by becoming the first tour to sell out the Aviva Stadium for three nights in a row.

Swift also added that her previous two shows were “just warm-up shows for you”.

Last month, Paul McCartney and Jon Bon Jovi were spotted at Taylor Swift’s show at Wembley Stadium, dancing, with McCartney also passing friendship bracelets around.

More on this from Nova here.