Noel Gallagher brands Scooter Braun and Taylor Swift 'idiots'

Noel Gallagher brands Scooter Braun and Taylor Swift 'idiots'

Taylor Swift got a massive show of support from fans at her first concert since her feud with music tycoon Scooter Braun went public.

Tonight (July 10), is the big Taylor Swift-headlining Prime Day Concert, available to watch on Prime Video.

Not mentioning Braun by name, Swift praised her supporters and stressed that she's feeling good.

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"Just think, while you've been getting down and out about the liars and dirty, dirty cheats of the world, you could have been getting down to this sick beat", she said. Not just that, Braun now owns Swift's entire music catalogue, to date. The footwear was finished with thick block heels, a thin silver strap that ran across the "Love Story" singer's ankles and a cutout that revealed the top of each foot. The intervening years have seen Swift ascend to the highest echelon of pop stardom, but now the singer's fans will have the opportunity to journey back to those early days. Wearing a one-piece jacket and hot trousers featuring glittering, vertical black-and-purple stripes, she opened her set with "ME!", from her forthcoming album, Lover, before delivering eight more hits in a row. "Love is so many different things, love is complexity, love is struggle, love is pain, love is joy, love is hope, and love is equality", she said, before performing her latest song, "You need to calm down", live for the first time.

Braun's wife, Yael Cohen, also posted on social media that her husband "is anything but a bully".

On stage, Taylor also posed for photos with fellow performers and concert attendees including Dua Lipa, Becky G, Tyler Oakley, SZA, and Jane Lynch. (Students pay half price for Prime, after a six-month free trial.) In addition to unlimited streaming of Amazon's video and music library, Prime members get free two-day (or faster) shipping on most Amazon purchases.