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Sheesh! Taylor Sheesh gets lots of love from Australian Swifties during concert, appears on local talk show

By NICK GARCIA Published Feb 19, 2024 11:50 am

Taylor Sheesh, the country’s foremost Taylor Swift impersonator, took Melbourne in Australia by storm during her “The Errors Tour.”

The Feb. 16 concert of Taylor Sheesh, whose real name is Mac Coronel, saw thousands of Aussie Swifties singing along to the American pop star’s hits.

Philippine Concerts, which provides updates on music events to over 360,000 followers on X, shared a video of the crowd cheering for her, with some holding placards bearing her name.

Fed Square, the venue of "The Errors Tour," also shared some of their "favourite moments from Friday night’s epic Taylor Sheesh concert" on Instagram.

Following her concert, Coronel also made an appearance on the local morning talk show Today.

The hosts noted how the Philippines missed out on a visit “from one of the biggest artists in the world,” pertaining to "The Eras Tour." But Taylor Sheesh, they said, “is the closest they’ll get to the real thing.”

Coronel said she didn’t expect to have a massive crowd of 100,000 in her concert, as she called Aussie Swifties “insane and wild.”

Though she has no idea yet how Swift feels about her impersonation, Coronel is hoping that her idol likes what she’s doing. She also intends to support Swift more by holding more mall tours.

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“We will always thank her and I will always support because she changed my life,” Coronel said of Swift.

Last Feb. 15, Coronel on X shared a video and photo of her billboard in Melbourne promoting her concert.

Coronel has been professionally impersonating Swift since 2017. She has performed in malls and has gone viral on social media, which eventually led to international attention.

She was featured on Good Morning America last September 2023.

In November, she became the endorser of makeup brand Maybelline New York and performed in Singapore, her first gig outside the Philippines.