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Taylor Swift has quipped that she feared for her life throughout a kitchen mishap in her swanky $50 million (£39.5 million) New York City pad.

The 34-year-old songstress’ good pal Gracie Abrams shared the hair-raising story on Instagram, posting a video of Taylor battling the blaze with a fireplace extinguisher.

In the clip, a flustered Taylor is seen coping with a flaming pan, exclaiming: “What do I do about this?” earlier than seizing the extinguisher and pondering, “So I cut this with a knife? I think we’re going to die.”

As Taylor grappled with the extinguisher, struggling to discharge the froth, Gracie chimed in with steering, saying: “Just press it.”

The Grammy-winning artist then branded the system a “b****” however finally succeeded in dousing the fireplace.

After the commotion, Taylor remarked: “Our purses are ruined. And my shoes. And the whole room, I think.”

While Gracie famous: “It smells really good, though.”

Before the fiery fiasco, the duo had been engrossed in crafting their monitor Us, which premiered on Friday as a part of Gracie’s debut album The Secret of Us.

Reflecting on the songwriting session, which spanned from 2am to 6am, and the following conflagration, Gracie recalled: “Writing this entire song… was some of the most fun I’ve ever had in my life.”

“@taylorswift now we know how to use a fire extinguisher. I love you.”

In the accompanying video, Gracie and Taylor will be seen crafting a tune, with Gracie on piano and each harmonising to lyrics on Taylor’s cellphone.

During a chat with Billboard, Gracie recalled the fiery incident: “I don’t know how at this hour or in our state she knew what to do. We both had an insane cough from the fire extinguisher fumes for weeks.”

Taylor is presently taking the UK by storm along with her Eras Tour, and her beau Travis Kelce was noticed supporting her in London on Friday.

She dazzled a 90,000-strong crowd at Wembley Stadium, with celebrities like Nicola Coughlan and Cara Delevingne in attendance.

Prince William additionally delighted his kids with Princess Katherine, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 9, and Prince Louis, six, with a shocking view of the live performance from a non-public field on his forty second birthday.

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