Meghan McCain believes Taylor Swift has reached a low point and advises her to pause and reflect.

Taylor Swift has been on a winning streak, from being named Time magazine’s Person of the Year to dominating this year’s Grammy Awards. Not to mention, she scored the highest opening for a concert film ever with The Eras Tour and embarked on a months-long tour across continents. On top of all that, she released a double album, The Tortured Poets Society, filled with dozens of tracks and made headlines for her relationship with Travis Kelce.

However, Meghan McCain, blogger, author, and host of the Citizen McCain podcast, has a different perspective. She believes that Taylor Swift’s continuous success may eventually lead to a downfall. McCain suggests that taking a break from the spotlight after her tour could benefit both Swift and the media. She expressed feeling like she’s stuck in a repetitive cycle of news revolving around Trump, Biden, and Taylor Swift, and thinks a breather would be beneficial for all parties involved.

Despite McCain’s caution, Taylor is currently dazzling audiences on her Eras Tour. During a recent show in London’s Wembley Stadium, she surprised fans by inviting her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, on stage. Kelce, dressed in a dapper tuxedo, joined Swift for a comedic sketch that seamlessly transitioned into the song “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart”. In fan-captured videos, Kelce is seen playfully assisting Swift with a quick costume change, showcasing their fun and loving dynamic.

In another exciting turn of events, Swift recently shook up her setlist at the La Défense Arena in Paris, adding new songs from The Tortured Poets Society. The billion-dollar Eras Tour serves as a retrospective of Swift’s illustrious career, featuring over 40 tracks spanning 17 years of music. The release of The Tortured Poets Society marked her first new album since the tour began, adding a fresh twist to her legendary performances.

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