During her first “Eras” tour show in Liverpool, England, Taylor Swift fans spotted an “alien” UFO.

This comes just days after Swifties saw an unidentified being watching her show. In their responses to the video, they couldn't help but joke about the aliens coming to watch Swift perform.

The video comes courtesy of @TheSwiftSociety on X, who got the video from @chaosrevlry13. The sighting came during Swift's performance of “Fortnight,” the lone single from The Tortured Poets Department.

Whoever is holding the camera points it at the sky. A little white dot can be seen before it blinks red twice. The video then zooms in quickly and loses sight of the object.

It is unclear what this was, perhaps it was a drone as @chaosrevlry13 pointed out,or a plane. Either way, responses to @TheSwiftSociety's post are gold.

“Even the aliens want to go to the ‘Eras' tour omg,” one user said. “Even the aliens were on the Ticketmaster wait list,” another chimed in.

“They are trying to beam her up,” a different Swiftie said.

A different user added, “The aliens watching the ‘Eras' tour thru their UFO NOW THAT[‘]S QUEEN MATERIAL.”

Some users joked that the object is the long-awaited Reputation (Taylor's Version) vinyl.

At the end of the day, it's very possible it's just a plane or a drone. One user fired back at the responses — “Swifties discover planes.”

What is the “Eras” tour?

Taylor Swift performing on 'Eras' tour in Inglewood, California, on August 7, 2023.
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The “Eras” tour is Swift's most ambitious concert to date. Recently, the “Eras” tour became the highest-grossing concert tour ever. When it's all said and done, the tour will have made over $2 billion.

Throughout the set's 40+ songs and three-hour runtime, Swift takes fans on a journey through her discography. All of her greatest hits are played as well as her new material.

It commenced in March 2023 with a show in Glendale, Arizona. Swift spent the summer touring the biggest stadiums in North America before closing out the year with shows in Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil.

After a couple of months off, Swift resumed the tour in 2024. She played shows in Japan, Australia, and Singapore. After another break, Swift kicked off a European leg of the “Eras” tour on May 9 in Nanterre, France.

She will spend the summer visiting stadiums across Europe. This leg of the tour will conclude with a five-night stay at Wembley Stadium in London, England.

After that, Swift will return to North America. She will play nine shows across Florida, Louisiana, and Indiana. The tour will conclude with nine shows across Toronto and Vancouver, Canada. As of now, the “Eras” tour will conclude on December 8.

Additionally, for Swifties that couldn't go in person to see the “Eras” tour, Swift has you covered. She released Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour, a concert film, in October 2023.

The film quickly became the highest-grossing concert film of all time. It grossed over $260 million worldwide at the box office. The film was subsequently released on digital platforms. Disney+ has an extended (Taylor's Version) cut of the film on its streaming service.