I’m wearing an adult diaper to Taylor Swift’s concert — the rash is worth it
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The Swifties are pampering themselves — but it's not as chic as it sounds.
Unwilling to miss even a second of their idol's highly acclaimed Eras Tour, die-hard Taylor Swift fanatics are voluntarily wearing adult diapers to the "Anti-Hero" singer's concert stops, soiling themselves rather than stepping away from the show to use the restroom.
"The diaper rash and trench foot was worth this moment of Taylor Swift looking right at us," wrote a super fan known as Caylee, 23, in the caption of herself and a screaming friend at the 33-year-old Grammy winner's Gillette Stadium performance in Foxborough, Massachusetts, this month.
In a separate clip, which has garnered more than 265,000 views, an equally enthusiastic Swift extremist is seen struggling to fashion a pair of large white disposable underpants underneath a gold-fringe mini dress ahead of the "Shake It Off" songbird's showcase on May 18.
"It's the most durable, the most absorbent," said the shameless groupie with a giggle, describing the top quality of her adult diapers — which are typically reserved for folks living with incontinence, immobility, dementia or severe diarrhea.
But able-bodied lovers of the "Lover" luminary are buying up the single-use briefs in bulk.
"For the amount of stress and time it took for me to get Taylor Swift tickets, I will be getting an adult diaper because I’m not missing a minute of it," revealed a buff named Katherine, 29, in a TikTok confessional that raked in more than 13,000 views.
The brunette made her video admission while digitally superimposed over a screenshot of a LivDry adult diaper listing on Amazon, where the undies range in price from $29 to $69, deepening on package quantity.
But for some spendthrift Swifties, money seems to be no object.
A Massachusetts dad spent a jaw-dropping $21,000 on passes for his daughter and her friends to see the "Wildest Dreams" diva do her thing in the flesh in May.
And the most inexpensive tickets to Swift's forthcoming shows in Chicago — where she’ll rock crowds from June 2 to 4 — reportedly cost a staggering $1,297 before fees on Vivid Seats.
But for a lucky few who’ve already snagged their seats, finding the right dress to wear over a supersize pamper seems to be their only concern.
"I knew I saved those postpartum diapers for a reason," said new mom Marissa, from New Hampshire, in a TikTok post dedicated to her Eras Tour wardrobe, which will consist of a rainbow sequin frock and a pair of the plastic panties.Get seats. Earn rewards. Experience it live.