Even megastars and celebrities miss out on things sometimes! As country music starlet Taylor Swift proved during her latest concert, being famous early on can mean skipping some of the major milestones the rest of us experienced.
But Taylor's latest stop in Washington D.C. was more than just a performance gig -- it actually gave her the chance to relive a lost middle-school memory. The songstress, who performed on Tuesday night, tweeted that she was especially enjoying the trip to the nation's capital, considering she missed out on her eighth-grade class trip there.
"It was my first time seeing the Lincoln Memorial up close," Taylor tweeted, adding, "missed the school trip in 8th grade cause I had a show." She even posted photos on her account that showed her and her friends taking photos in front of the various monuments and historical landmarks she visited -- and they look just like the average eighth-grader's photos, too!
Taylor also told her Twitter fans: "After the show, we went to see Abe!! Pretty magical." Making sure she wasn't going to forget her trip, T-Swift even told fans, “DC, night one. What a beautiful, ravishing, deafeningly loud crowd. I was taking in every minute tonight, memorizing it."
Then again, playing a live concert to throngs of screaming fans is definitely more memorable than being on a bus tour with your eighth-grade history teacher!