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VIDEO- This couple went viral for dancing inappropriately at Taylor Swift's show

VIDEO- This couple went viral for dancing inappropriately at Taylor Swift's show
Taylor Swift 'The Eras Tour' / Omar Vega/TAS23 / Contributor / Getty Images Entertainment / Getty Images

So many of Taylor Swift's hits are bound to make you dance...whether it be 'Shake It Off', 'Bad Blood', or 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together', some of the pop star's songs just make you want to bust a move! For this couple in Texas, this caused a major problem...

During Taylor Swift's show in Arlington, Texas this weekend, a couple was seen inappropriately dancing or 'twerking' as it's called. Occuring during Taylor's song '...Ready For It?', this caused major reactions on social media, as well as reactions from the singer herself. 

@livymadethis dropping it low at Tswift for free @taylorswift #erastour #arlingtontx ♬ original sound - Liv

"Do these people realize this is a Taylor Swift concert, not a club? You could vibe and twerk to any of Taylor’s sexy tracks (of which her discography has many). But I echo @VIsOnCorneliaSt: out of consideration for most concertgoers there, that couple should do that at home," one user said on Twitter.

This caused major debate on social media, questioning the true etiquette when it comes to attending concerts.

While some believe concerts are made for dancing and having fun without any judgements, others think that there are certain rules when it comes to attending shows like Taylor Swift's. This is especially important to consider given that some of the singer's fans are of a younger demographic.

What do you think, Montreal? Do you think this couple was wrong in dancing like they did at Taylor Swift's show?

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