Spanish Swiftie Showcases Taylor Swift Sanctuary Before Madrid Gig

Roberto Santos, a dedicated fan of American pop icon Taylor Swift, showcases his 'sanctuary' filled with gifts and memorabilia from Swift's team ahead of her Madrid concerts. His collection includes a platinum disk, signed photos, and unique sneakers, highlighting his decades-long devotion.

Reuters | Updated: 30-05-2024 02:29 IST | Created: 30-05-2024 02:29 IST
Spanish Swiftie Showcases Taylor Swift Sanctuary Before Madrid Gig
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Spanish fan shows off his Taylor Swift 'sanctuary' before Madrid gig

Roberto Santos, 55, stands out among other "Swifties" for his decades-long devotion to American pop icon Taylor Swift and a plethora of gifts the Spaniard has received from her team in recognition of that - enough to fill up an apartment room he calls a sanctuary. As Swift, 34, was preparing to play her Eras Tour gigs in Madrid on Wednesday and Thursday, Santos, who runs a dental prosthetics lab in Spain's capital, solemnly displayed the items, including Swift's limited-edition platinum disk award, signed photos, recordings, and sneakers bearing both their names.

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