Taylor Swift’s choreographer spills the tea on singer’s favorite Eras Tour routine, ‘great guy’ Travis Kelce

Just like her fans, Taylor Swift is obsessed with some of her own dance moves.

Following Tuesday’s “Taylor Swift Night” on “Dancing With the Stars,” Page Six exclusively chatted with Eras Tour choreographer Mandy Moore, who revealed the singer’s favorite routines to perform live.

“Ooh, I mean, she has told me she really loves ‘Vigilante [S–t],’ like, she really loves that one!” the Emmy Award-winning choreographer shared of the sexy number involving chairs.

“And I think she really enjoys doing ‘Willow,’ the kind of witchy one. She really likes that one too.”

Moore called Swift “so sweet” and said it makes her heart “really happy” to hear how grateful the singer is for all the hard work she’s put in to make the choreography authentic.

“She did say to me, she’s like, ‘I really love coming out every night and doing these moves,’” she told us.

Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour choreographer Mandy Moore spoke to Page Six in the “Dancing With the Stars” ballroom Tuesday night.
Page Six
She guest judged the special Swift-themed episode alongside Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli.
The Walt Disney Company

Moore, 39, also gave Page Six some insight into the “incredible” creative process of putting together a massive world tour with Swift, 33, which kicked off March 17 in Glendale, Ariz.

“Something of that magnitude, you just hope that it’s going to be a match when you’re working with somebody and it really was. I dig her music and I dig her and I love her vision,” she gushed.

“It’s so nice to be on a team with somebody,” she added. “And I’m not going to say it was easy – it was a ton of numbers in a very short amount of time – but I have to say, every day I went to work, I was just like, ‘This is amazing.’”

“She has told me she really loves ‘Vigilante [S–t],’ like, she really loves that one!” Moore revealed.
Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Moore noted that one of her favorite parts about the whole Eras Tour experience has been just “how down to earth” Swift is.

“We’re in this massive stadium, putting it up, rehearsing it, and she just walks in, just normal, like sits on the stage and wants to practice whatever,” she recalled. “I just love that that’s who she is!”

As for whether she digs Swift’s new romance with NFL star Travis Kelce?

“I mean, I do! I love Taylor and if she’s happy, I’m happy,” she exclaimed. “I don’t know much about it but I see whatever, I read like you guys do, and I say, thumbs up. He seems like a great guy.”

Moore also weighed in on Swift’s romance with Travis Kelce.
She told us the Kansas City Chiefs star seems like a “great guy.”
GC Images

Moore served as a guest judge during the Swift-themed episode Tuesday night alongside Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough and Bruno Tonioli.

When we asked her which performances she thinks Swift would have liked best from the special evening, she gave props to Ariana Madix. The “Vanderpump Rules” star and her pro partner, Pasha Pashkov, danced a rumba to “Cruel Summer,” which received a total score of 37/40.

“I think she would have loved the rumba, Ariana and Pasha’s. It was really well choreographed and, you know, she’s an artist,” Moore explained. “She appreciates when something is well executed. It will be interesting to see! I’ll have to talk to her when I see her [next].”

Moore believes Swift would have loved Ariana Madix and Pasha Pashkov’s routine to “Cruel Summer.”
The Walt Disney Company
“It was really well choreographed,” she shared.
The Walt Disney Company

Moore also thinks Swift would have been a big fan of Jason Mraz and Daniella Karagach’s Argentine tango to “Don’t Blame Me,” which was one of her personal favorites from Week Nine. The routine received a perfect score of 40/40.

“I really thought Jason came out just swinging tonight. I’ve been watching since the first episode with this cast and he started out bright,” the “La La Land” choreographer said.

“Then he kind of faded and he really came back tonight. So I was like, ‘Yes!’”

One of her personal favorites from the evening was Jason Mraz and Daniella Karagach’s tango.
The Walt Disney Company
The dance, set to “Don’t Blame Me,” received a perfect score from the judges.
The Walt Disney Company

“Taylor Swift Night” ended with yet another elimination. After placing at the bottom of the leaderboard, Harry Jowsey and Rylee Arnold were sent home.

“I’m sad that Harry went home,” Moore said of the “Too Hot to Handle” alum, who invited Page Six inside his rehearsals earlier this week. “He was taking all the notes and he was doing it and I’m bummed for him.”

“Dancing With the Stars” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC and Disney+, with new episodes streaming on Hulu the following day.

Please follow and like us:
Visit Us
Follow Me
Follow by Email

About Post Author