"The way she treats her fans is so kind and generous," Morris said of Swift
On Tuesday night, the "Get the Hell Out of Here" singer, 33, opened up about her friendship with Swift during an appearance on The Tonight Show.
As host Jimmy Fallon showed Morris a photo of her and the "Lavender Haze," musician, 33, performing onstage at the Eras Tour in Chicago in June, he asked about how long the two artists have known each other.
"We met, I think, it was on her Reputation Tour. She was kind enough to ask me to come out and sing my song 'The Middle' with her. We were in Arlington, Texas at the Cowboys stadium — which is where I'm from — so she was nice enough to, like, give me that date," Morris told Fallon, 49.
She continued: "So we met then, and she's been so supportive of me and my career over the years. I mean, we're also the same age, but looking up to her since I was a teenager and watching her navigate her country music to pop career so gracefully and just the way she treats her fans is just so kind and generous. She's setting a high bar."
Morris then revealed that at her stadium shows Swift had signs on the inside of the barricades that said to local security, "Fan-friendly show. Be kind."
"So, even to the, like, local security, her team is saying, 'Don't mess with the fans. Like, they're here to have fun.' And everyone's really respectful. Yeah, she's the best," Morris concluded.
"I love living in Nashville, I have my family. There’s a reason why people come there from L.A. and New York to write with us. It’s because we have amazing songwriters there. That’s not gonna change," Morris said on The New York Times' Popcast podcast.
But, she added, "I couldn’t do this circus anymore — feeling like l have to absorb and explain people’s bad behaviors and laugh it off. I just couldn’t do that after 2020 particularly. I’ve changed. A lot of things changed about me that year."
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