Taylor Swift's Private Jet Targeted In London Amid Protest Over Carbon Emissions

Eco-activists targeted private jets, including Taylor Swift's, with orange paint at London's Stansted Airport. The incident occurred just hours after her plane landed.
Taylor Swift's Private Jet Targeted In London Amid Protest Over Carbon Emissions

Taylor Swift's Private Jet Targeted In London Amid Protest Over Carbon Emissions

Taylor Swift’s upcoming Eras Tour at Wembley Stadium has been overshadowed by a recent incident involving her private jet. At a London airport, eco-activists from the group Just Stop Oil targeted several private jets with orange paint, including Swift's plane.
Reports suggest that Swift’s jet landed only hours before the protest took place. The activists, Jennifer Kowalski and Cole Macdonald, managed to break into London’s Stansted Airport by cutting through a fence around 5 am. They then used fire extinguishers filled with orange paint to mark the planes.
A video posted by the activists shows them breaching the airfield fence and spraying the jets. In their statement, the protesters said, "Two Just Stop Oil supporters have painted multiple private jets on the airfield where Taylor Swift’s jet landed mere hours before." While it's not confirmed if Swift's jet was painted, photos shared by the group show the incident clearly.
Swift has joined a list of celebrities, including Elon Musk, Bill Gates, and Leonardo DiCaprio, who have faced criticism for their private jet usage. With her busy touring schedule, Swift has become a prime target for climate activists. The 14-time Grammy winner is set to perform at Wembley Stadium on Friday.
Swift initially announced the Eras Tour in November 2022, with 27 concerts scheduled across the United States. Swift announced an additional 17 shows later. The singer has announced several additional shows as part of the Eras Tour, as per People magazine. She held shows in Latin America, Asia, Australia and Europe, as well as an additional North American leg. The last scheduled show, the 152nd of the tour will be held in in Vancouver on December 8.
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