Bad Blood! Defiant Taylor Swift hits back at Dave Grohl at her sold out Wembley Show saying her band had played for 3 and a half hours after the Foo Fighters star suggested she ‘didn’t play live’

Taylor Swift has hit back at Dave Grohl at her sold out Wembley show tonight after the Foo Fighters singer suggested that she didn’t play live.

The queen of pop made a point of introducing her band that were playing ‘live’ for the full three and a half hour setlist.

Swift told her audience: ‘What you just did is an unforgettable moment in not just my life, but every very single one of our crew. The band that’s going to be playing live for you for three and a half hours tonight.

‘They deserve this so much and so does every one of my fellow performers, and you just gave that to us so generously. We’ll never forget it.’ 

On Saturday night, Grohl blasted Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, suggesting Swift doesn’t sing live, while on stage in London last night.

A defiant Taylor Swift hit back at Dave Grohl after pointing out her ‘live’ band and performers during her Sunday night show 

Swift pointed at her backing team, mentioning that they were 'playing live' for three and a half hours

Swift pointed at her backing team, mentioning that they were ‘playing live’ for three and a half hours

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl blasted Taylor Swift's Eras Tour while on stage in London on Saturday night

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl blasted Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour while on stage in London on Saturday night

The singer branded Swift's tour the 'Errors Tour' while suggesting that the queen of pop didn't play live

The singer branded Swift’s tour the ‘Errors Tour’ while suggesting that the queen of pop didn’t play live

He took a swipe at Swift, dubbing her sell out tour the ‘errors’ tour while quipping that his band ‘actually play live’.

While performing at the London Stadium, he referred to Swift as she was playing the same night on the other side of the capital in Wembley – to boos from some fans.

He addressed the crowd: ‘We were joking about the Taylor Swift tour earlier. I know that she’s on her ‘errors’ tour. 

 ‘I tell you man, you don’t want to suffer the wrath of Taylor Swift.

‘So we like to call our tour the Errors Tour.

Addressing his fans at the London Stadium on Saturday night, Grohl said they were in the right place for 'raw live rock 'n' roll music'

Addressing his fans at the London Stadium on Saturday night, Grohl said they were in the right place for ‘raw live rock ‘n’ roll music’

‘We’ve had more than a few eras, and more than a few f***ing errors as well. Just a couple.’

The band leader clarified: ‘That’s because we actually play live. What?’

To great cheers, he continued: ‘Just saying. You guys like raw live rock ‘n’ roll music right? 

‘You came to the right f***ing place!’ 

Grohl and Swift have previously been on good terms, with the former praising the latter’s decision to re-record her albums, reclaiming her back catalog.

Grohl also once spoke of how he was ‘saved’ by Swift after she assisted him  while performing at a party held by Sir Paul McCartney.

Some users said Grohl's attack was motivated by abuse his daughter received from Swift fans after criticising the singer-songwriter for travelling by private jet

Some users said Grohl’s attack was motivated by abuse his daughter received from Swift fans after criticising the singer-songwriter for travelling by private jet

Some online users were unimpressed with Grohl’s jibe at Swift, who has sold over 200million records worldwide.

One wrote: ‘Oh Tayvoodoo is coming for him and he deserves it. Can’t handle that a woman is more talented and successful.’

‘Wow Grohl so washed he has to use Taylor’s name for free pr? Embarrassing thought he was better than that what a shame’, another user said. 

Some fans suggested that Grohl’s attack was partly fuelled by abuse faced by his daughter from Swifties – Taylor Swift’s fans.

Violet Grohl criticised Swift for flying between concert stops in a private jet. 



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