Taylor Swift is a BRAVE Woman! – Watch as she wields fire extinguisher and bravely puts out kitchen blaze during songwriting session with Gracie Abrams: ‘She was like a superhero and it was so cool’

Taylor Swift bravely puts out fire


Taylor Swift brandished a fire extinguisher in new video of her putting out a blaze in her $50million New York City apartment – shared by collaborator Gracie Abrams.


Taylor Swift bravely puts out fire

The songstress, 34, was seen looking shocked as she showered her lavish kitchen in extinguisher fumes after a candle fell over – starting a small fire.

Taylor – clad in a white dress – was seen picking up the extinguisher as the baffled star said: ‘What do I do about this!’ I think we’re gonna die!’

Taylor Swift bravely puts out fire

The Sparks Fly hitmaker was filmed fumbling with the extinguisher as she said: ‘I don’t know, b***h.’

She then sprayed the extinguisher which left her in disbelief as the entire room was coated in white fumes – leaving her cats shocked.

Taylor said: ‘Our purses are ruined, and my shoes and the whole room I think.’

Gracie added: ‘It smells really good though!;

The post was captioned: ‘Writing this entire song from 2am to 6am was some of the most fun I’ve ever had in my life. @taylorswift now we know how to use a fire extinguisher. I love you.’


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Earlier this week Abrams revealed she and Taylor had just finished a song together titled ‘Us’ when the fire broke out, in a new interview with Billboard.

The singers were enjoying drinks and dinner ‘well past 6 am’ after the long songwriting session when the fire started – and Taylor grabbed a fire extinguisher and successfully put it out.

‘She was such a legend – I don’t know how at this hour or in our state she knew what to do,’ she told the outlet.

‘We both had an insane cough from the fire extinguisher fumes for weeks,’ the singer added.

The song ‘Us’ will be on Gracie’s album – her second studio album – called The Secret of Us, which will be released June 21.

Gracie is the daughter of filmmaker J.J. Abrams.

During the night when the fire broke out, Gracie said they listened to songs from Taylor’s Tortured Poets Department: Anthology together, and were dancing and singing to ‘But Daddy I Love Him.’

She said they were dancing and singing ‘like theater kids’ to the tune, before listening to her song ‘The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived,’ while ‘lying on the floor in disbelief.’

They started the songwriting by listening to instrumentals laid down by Aaron Dessner.

‘Something caught our ear at the same time very hard and fast. So we ran to the piano and started writing this song, Gracie told Billboard, adding: ‘I used to fantasize about that type of thing as a kid.’

Billboard also interviewed Aaron, who gushed about Gracie and Taylor’s songwriting chemistry.

‘It was just really fun to watch the chemistry of Gracie and Taylor bouncing off each other, Gracie in total wonder and awe watching how Taylor records and produces her vocal performances and builds the world,’ he told the outlet.

Gracie was an opener for Taylor’s Eras tour for her North American tour dates, and is set to rejoin her for the last leg of the Eras tour later this year.

Taylor is currently in the UK, gearing up for her three-night London shows, which is set to take place June 21-23.

Taylor, who is in a relationship with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, is scheduled to wrap up the tour on December 8, 2024 in Vancouver, Canada.

The first tour date for the Eras tour was March 17, 2023 in Glendale, Arizona.