Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour Gets Its Own Parody As Another Fan Provides A Timeline

Chanel Adams

Taylor Swift has become one of the world’s most beloved pop stars right now. She’s also become one of the most hated. Taylor has been slammed by both the media and the pop culture world for her crafty business decisions, her “Bad Blood” video, and her good-girl image. Now she’s getting slammed for her highly successful 1989 World Tour, which she kicked off in May 2015.

Now a woman by the name of Lara Marie Schoenhals is the next to slam Taylor Swift. She’s not only attacking the singer, but also her 1989 World Tour, where she famously shows off her surprise guests and famous friends.

According to contributor Eitan Levine of Elite Daily, it’s “obvious” that Swift “lives in an unrealistic dreamland.” Somehow, Swift makes everything seem sound so optimistic whether she’s talking about moving to the unfriendly streets of New York or announcing age inappropriate guests on her tour.

Lara Marie Schoenhals perfectly captures Taylor Swift’s optimism and ignorance, according to the report. She’s the author behind White Girl Problems. She also has social media sites of the same name where she makes fun of the rich white girl persona.

Schoenhals released a YouTube parody called “Please Welcome to the Stage…” in which she filmed after Swift’s last Los Angeles concert where Julia Roberts and folk singer Joan Baez made a surprise appearance.

The author and social media jokester wrote underneath her YouTube video: “After seeing Joan Baez and Julia Roberts come on stage at T Swift’s Santa Clara show, I came up with some predictions for the random cameos that might occur at her upcoming LA concerts.”

Some of the random guests that Lara rattles off include “my two best friends, Gigi Hadid and the Blair Witch” and “Samara from The Ring!” She tries to keep it together when she mentions the “51 victims of Bill Cosby” and “Tanya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan.”

Check out the hilarious video for yourself below.

Grizzly Bear lead singer, Ed Droste, loved the parody so much that he shared it on his very own Twitter account. The indie singer has hinted his brief encounter with Swift on the social networking site. He says that he’s afraid to mention her name because he’s deathly afraid of Swift and her super-dedicated fan base.

There’s one guest that’s sure to appear at one of Taylor Swift’s Los Angeles concerts. As previously reported via the Inquisitr, Selena Gomez confirmed the news to Capital FM that she will make an appearance during one of Taylor’s concerts. Rumors are swirling that she’ll probably make an appearance later this week, when the Los Angeles leg kicks off on Friday, August 21.

Those who missed out on Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour can read this timeline from KQED Pop that will make you feel as if you’re at the concert. Fan Emmanuel Hapsis shared his account of what it’s like to attend a Taylor Swift concert.

What are your thoughts on the Taylor Swift 1989 Parody video? Do you think it was funny? If so, do you think it was an accurate portrayal of the singer? Share your thoughts below in the comments section.

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