You probably know that Taylor Swift is currently travelling around the world on her Reputation Stadium Tour, and this past weekend she made her first stop in the UK with two shows in Manchester.
Throughout the tour, Taylor has been making speeches about her life and her year-long break from the public eye, and just last week she gave a moving speech about Pride Month and the LGBT community.
And at her Manchester show on Friday, Taylor took the opportunity to pay tribute to the victims of the terrorist attack at Ariana Grande's concert in the city last year.
"Whenever I think about Manchester – and it's always been this way – I think of how absolutely passionate and exuberant you are about music," she said. "Concerts are supposed to be about innocence, about joy, and about excitement, and about escaping from things that stress us out."
She went on to praise the city's resilience, and said it was "an honour" to play a show in Manchester.
What happened just over a year ago in this city was an attempt to steal that innocence and steal that joy, steal that excitement, steal that escape. Ever since then you've shown such strength and such exuberance. You've shown that you care. You've shown that you're never going to let anyone forget about those victims, and you've shown that you have such incredible resilience to keep dancing and to keep the innocence and to keep the joy and to keep the excitement. I just wanted to say, Manchester, it is such an honour to play for you tonight.