Carrie Bickmore reveals REGRET about going to see Taylor Swift in concert

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Carrie Bickmore has shared her regret over taking her five-year-old daughter to Taylor Swift‘s Australian Eras tour in Melbourne.

The TV star, 43, went to the global megastar’s first concert Down Under at the MCG on Friday night with her daughters Evie, eight, and Adelaide, five.

However, she admitted she has slight regret over taking her youngest daughter Adelaide to the hotly anticipated concert because she slept through the end of it.

Her Regrets

Appearing on 2DAY FM’s Hughesy, Ed & Erin on Tuesday, Carrie confessed: ‘I still haven’t worked out if it was a good idea or not.

‘I’ll be honest, the youngest one didn’t last till the end. She did sleep on me for the last hour and a half.’

Carrie was jokingly asked whether she considered ‘giving [Adelaide’s] ticket to someone else and letting her sleep on the concourse’ amid sky-high demand for tickets.

Carrie replied with a laugh: ‘Waking up that sleeping lion would not have been a good idea! No security guard would want to deal with her to be honest.

‘The whole time I thought of that to be honest because I had every single person in my life asking for tickets! I kind of wanted the girls to experience it together and I’m really glad I did.’

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She is Glad Anyways

However, Carrie insisted she is still so glad she took her two daughters – who she shares with her ex Chris Walker – to experience the concert together.

Adelaide (left) with mother

Sue gushed: ‘But until [Adelaide fell asleep], the pure joy I saw in their faces, quite genuinely. Obviously when you go to a concert yourself that you feel passionately about, you feel that joy, but because I like Taylor but I’m not an insane Swiftie like they are, then when I got there, I just got swept up in it. 

‘It was phenomenal. I was crying watching them! They know every lyric of every song, it was awesome! Everybody was so generous and friendly and excited, as a crowd goes, it was a really lovely experience.’

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