Taylor Swift pulls ‘Barbie’ move after breaking heel during third Brazil Eras Tour concert

Taylor Swift pulls ‘Barbie’ move after breaking heel during third Brazil Eras Tour concert

 

Taylor Swift pulled a real-life “Barbie” move onstage Monday when her heel broke mid-performance in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

In one video circulating online, the “Blank Space” singer can be seen ripping the heel off of her bejeweled, red-bottomed Christian Louboutin boot and tossing it into the crowd before continuing on with her “Lover” set.

“You’re making me feel amazing right now,” Swift — who was initially expected to be at boyfriend Travis Kelce’s football game — yelled to the thousands of concertgoers.

Taylor Swift pulls ‘Barbie’ move after breaking heel during third Brazil Eras Tour concert

Another video showed the “Cruel Summer” songstress balancing on the ball of her foot without the broken heel as she greeted her fans in Portuguese.

The Grammy-winning artist flawlessly performed several songs on her tippy toe before making a wardrobe change.

“Taylor Swift IS the real life barbie,” one user tweeted, referring to a scene in “Barbie” when Margot Robbie’s titular character removes her shoes and still walks with an arched foot.

Taylor Swift pulls ‘Barbie’ move after breaking heel during third Brazil Eras Tour concert

“She stands on tiptoe, with a broken heel, like a real-life Barbie,” another wrote, while one cleverly posted, “Taylor Swift (Barbie’s version).”

After the show, one lucky fan revealed the pricey memorabilia they bagged after Swift’s heel toss.

The pop star’s wardrobe malfunction came after she postponed Saturday’s show to Monday evening.

The decision came after a fan lost her life on Friday amid a dangerous heat wave sweeping across Brazil.

Ana Clara Benevides suffered from cardiac arrest prior to the start of Swift’s show and was “resuscitated at the stadium for about 40 minutes.”

She suffered from cardiac arrest a second time as she was being transported to the hospital and was declared dead shortly after.