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Taylor Swift Eras Tour Dancer Shares Choreographed Dance to ‘So Long, London’ with “SYTYCD” Alum Audrey Case Shell

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Taylor Swift Eras Tour Dancer Shares Choreographed Dance to 'So Long, London' with “SYTYCD” Alum Audrey Case Shell

A dancer on Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour is putting his own spin on one of her newest songs.

 

Jan Ravnik, who performs with Swift on her record-breaking tour, choreographed an emotional dance to her song “So Long, London,” which he performed alongside So You Think You Can Dance alum Audrey Case Shell and shared to Instagram on Sunday, May 5.

In the video, Ravnik and Shell perform in a studio against a white backdrop as the song, off Swift’s latest album The Tortured Poets Department, plays.

“This is STUNNING,” former Dancing with the Stars pro Witney Carson commented.

The new video comes after Ravnik also choreographed and performed a dance to Swift’s song “Fortnight” with Karen S. Chuang, who is also a dancer on the Eras Tour.

Ravnik announced his participation in Swift’s tour in March 2023, sharing his gratitude at being along for the ride.

“I’m beyond grateful to be part of @taylorswift Eras Tour 🙏🏼❤️ Still can’t put into words how I feel after yesterdays opening night!” he captioned a post on Instagram. “I never thought that small town boy from Slovenia could come so far, but here we are 🙋🏻‍♂️🥹#erastour”

Swift will kick off the European leg of her tour in France on May 9.

The Grammy winner, 34, is currently riding high on the success of The Tortured Poets Department, which became the first album to reach 1 billion streams in a single week on Spotify.

“My mind is blown. I’m completely floored by the love you’ve shown this album,” she wrote on Instagram alongside a behind-the-scenes carousel of images from the recording studio. “2.6 million ARE YOU ACTUALLY SERIOUS?? Thank you for listening, streaming and welcoming Tortured Poets into your life. Feeling completely overwhelmed,” she continued, referring to the reported sales figures of her most recent album.

The album is currently the biggest of her career and the biggest album of the decade so far, with 2.61 million consumption units, per reports. It marks her biggest debut week since the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) in 2023.

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