Why Taylor Swift skipped Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ film premiere

While Lizzo, Kelly Rowland and Lori Harvey were among the A-listers on hand to support Beyoncé at the world premiere of her “Renaissance” concert film, one famous face was noticeably absent from the festivities.

Taylor Swift was MIA at the star-studded event, which was held at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, Calif., Saturday night.

The film premiere kicked off one month after the “Halo” singer, 42, made a surprise appearance on the red carpet for Swift’s “Eras Tour” movie premiere.

At the time, Beyoncé posed for snaps with Swift, who thanked her for her “generosity of spirit.”

As for why the ”Cruel Summer” singer, 33, didn’t make it to Bey’s?

Just last month, the pair were all smiles on the red carpet for Swift’s “Eras Tour” film premiere.
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She’s currently in the midst of the South American leg of her Eras Tour, and was playing a concert in São Paulo the night of Beyoncé’s movie premiere.

Details of the event were kept top secret, with guests being instructed to arrive promptly on the “chrome carpet” and adhere to a “cozy opulence” dress code.

Other attendees included Halle Bailey, Ava DuVernay, Tyler Perry and Gabrielle Union.

The “Single Ladies” singer stunned at the event Saturday night.

Just weeks ago, Swift gushed over Beyoncé in a heartfelt Instagram post after they watched her concert film with more than 2,000 fans at The Grove in Los Angeles.

“I’m so glad I’ll never know what my life would’ve been like without @beyonce‘s influence,” she captioned a snap of the iconic pop duo sitting side-by-side in the theater sharing a tub of popcorn.

She went on to praise the Destiny’s Child alum’s “generosity of spirit … resilience and versatility,” as well as “the way she’s taught [Swift] and every artist to break rules and defy industry norms.”

Lizzo was among the A-listers in attendance at the premiere.
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She has since resumed her blockbuster Eras Tour with shows in Argentina and Brazil.

During her first night at São Paulo’s Allianz Parque stadium on Friday, she seemed to be in high spirits while speaking to the crowd.

“You went ahead and broke the attendance record for this stadium,” she exclaimed, per USA Today. “Which means there has never been this many people in this room before. Thank you São Paulo.”

Swift, who has long been friendly with Beyoncé, was on stage in Brazil at the same time as her star-studded premiere.

The concert took place one week after a young fan, identified as Ana Clara Benevides, died on her way to the hospital after passing out in her front row seat amid sweltering temperatures.

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After having to reschedule a show due to the extreme heat conditions, Swift opted to remain in Brazil for Thanksgiving, rather than fly home to the US to spend it with new boyfriend Travis Kelce.

The “Don’t Blame Me” singer has been in Brazil for almost two weeks.
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She was also grappling with the immense heartache over Benevides’ death, an insider exclusively told Page Six.

“The Brazil concerts … She is devastated about a fan dying,” the source told us.

“The weather is extreme. It’s a mess she didn’t expect. It’s been a traumatic experience. It’s been a lot.”