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Taylor Swift Gets Flowers From U2 As ‘The Eras Tour’ Lands In Dublin: “Thanks For Always Being The Classiest & Coolest”

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Taylor Swift received a welcome gift from U2 when she landed in Dublin, Ireland, for her latest stop on The Eras Tour. The Fortnight singer took to social media to share an image signed by Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. “Already feeling that Irish hospitality,” Swift shared on her Instagram Stories alongside a photo of the flowers she received from the band. “U2, thanks for always being the classiest & coolest.” Swift also shared the note signed by the band, “Dear Taylor, Welcome back to our hometown… leave some of it standing?

Your Irish fan club.” RELATED: Dave Grohl Takes Jab At Taylor Swift During Foo Fighters’ London Show: “We Actually Play Live” Swift’s stop in Ireland comes after her three nights at Wembley Stadium in London last weekend.

The singer was joined by her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, as the NFL star appeared unexpectedly on stage during the “I Can Do with a Broken Heart” performance.

The Eras Tour stop in Dublin is on for three nights. After her Ireland stop, Swift will play in Amsterdam starting on July 4, with stops in Switzerland, Germany, and Italy afterward. RELATED: Charli XCX Defends Taylor Swift Against Hateful Chants At Her Concert: “I Will Not Tolerate It” On August 15, Swift will return to London’s Wembley Stadium to play five more nights.

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