Someone just got married in front of Taylor Swift’s stage on the Eras Tour. Also, they are writing about the whole thing in this blog. POPSUGAR says that René Hurtado, 30. She got married to Max Bochman, 32, on March 18 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. René is from California and works as the workplace operations manager for a digital company. “I love Taylor so much because she is the best living songwriter. Probably never, and not in our lifetimes “.
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But they met when they both worked for the Stockton Ports, a minor league baseball team, more than eight years ago.
Hurtado says she didn’t want to wait until her wedding to start using her husband’s last name. “When we thought about how it would work. Furthermore, it was clear that we should get married ahead of time,” she says. “I told Max I wanted to run away on the day of Taylor’s concert the summer before last. As a thank-you, we would go to one of her shows. One of my best friends even said. “You should just get married at the show.” And I thought that was pretty cool, and since I like to think outside the box, it sounded like something I’d do.”
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After a few months of persuasion, the girl stated. “He likes Taylor’s music, but he’s not a huge fan like I am. Taylor doesn’t run through his veins as easily as she does through mine”. And, because of how much it would mean to you.”
Hurtado was lucky that she didn’t have to deal with the Ticketmaster mess that left many Taylor Swift fans without tickets. She jokes, “I had a full team of presale codes”. We were able to get front-row seats at her wedding after waiting in line for only 15 minutes.
Hurtado, who wore a white Anthropologie dress and veil for the event. Furthermore, she says that they said their vows during a “quiet time in the arena”. Still, other people nearby saw what was going on right away. She says that uninvited guests cheered when she and her husband kissed and were very nice to them. She hasn’t heard back from Swift yet, but she says that a member of Swift’s team. Also, she gave her a guitar pick to use at the concert. Hurtado thinks “Invisible String” was Swift’s choice to play as the two ended their impromptu ceremony. She says that it “gets ten times better.”
When Taylor Swift Asked her Fans to Calm Down a Bit
Demi Lovato discusses toxic fan army culture briefly in the third instalment of her new YouTube documentary, Dancing With the Devil. Around 55 million people follow the Grammy-nominated pop superstar on Twitter as she discusses the night in 2018. However, when she nearly died from an overdose and how Dani Vitale, who was with Lovato that night.
She tells the documentary’s creators that she receives “four to five thousand” messages a day from Lovato’s fans “asking me to die and kill myself,” and that this makes her nervous to relive the days following her friend’s overdose.
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