Taylor Swift met with the family of the fan who died during her recent concert before her final São Paulo show on Sunday.
Ana Clara Benevides Machado, 23, suffered a cardiac arrest and died on 17 November after falling ill before the singer's concert due to the extreme temperatures in Rio, Brazil.
On Sunday, her family attended Taylor's final performance in São Paulo and watched the concert from one of the VIP tents at the Allianz Parque venue.
Local newspaper Folha de S.Paulo shared a photo on social media of Ana's family posing with Taylor backstage before the show.
The family members, including her father Weiny Machado, wore white T-shirts with Ana's smiling face printed on them while Taylor wore her pink bejewelled show costume.
It is unclear if the family were personally invited by the 33-year-old.
After Ana died, Taylor wrote a handwritten statement on Instagram: "I can't believe I'm writing these words but it is with a shattered heart that I say we lost a fan earlier tonight before my show. I can't even tell you how devastated I am by this."
“I WANT TO SAY NOW I FEEL THIS LOSS DEEPLY AND MY BROKEN HEART GOES OUT TO HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS. THIS IS THE LAST THING I EVER THOUGHT WOULD HAPPEN...”
She told fans that she wouldn't speak about her fan's death on stage because she felt "overwhelmed by grief".
However, fans believed her surprise performance of 'Bigger Than the Whole Sky' on 19 November served as a tribute to Ana and two other Swifties who passed during the week.
Even though Taylor didn't directly talk about the deaths during the concert, the song's themes seem to speak about a significant loss, and felt like a touching tribute.
Sunday's show marked the final Eras Tour date of the year. Taylor will resume the trek in Tokyo, Japan in February.
© Cover Media with additional reporting from Sophie van Soest