Taylor Swift defended a fan from a security guard while performing at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on May 13. Now, the fan, identified as Kelly Inglis Kelly, has thanked the singer for supporting and protecting her.

The 33-year-old singer was performing at the Lincoln Financial Field during her “Eras” Tour on Saturday night when she stopped her concert mid-song to call out a security guard who was allegedly “harassing” a group of fans.

“She’s fine! She wasn’t doing anything! Stop,” Swift shouted.

Now, the fan, who is from Baltimore, Maryland, has come out to tell the story and thank Swift for supporting her.

“Ok, I was the girl that Taylor talked to last night. Basically, the guard had been, like, harassing our group all night… he just kept telling us not to touch the rail and every time we did anything, he was like, on top of us,” Kelly Inglis Kelly said in a TikTok video.

“We’re dancing, having fun, he didn’t like it, and Taylor noticed that I was having fun and that he didn’t like it, and she didn’t like it, and then he basically, like, got escorted out and then they offered us free tickets for tonight,” she added.

She went on to thank Swift for supporting her.

“The fact that you did that for me last night, and you stood up for me, meant so, so, so, so much and like, I can’t even explain, like, you did that for me, and for your fans, and if there’s anything I know about you, you just want your fans to go to the show and have fun, and that’s all we were doing,” Kelly said.

“It truly, truly meant so much to us that you did that, and to everybody. That you would stop to say something, and it was my 13th show, on the 13th, and I just feel like it was really cool,” she added.