The “Love Story” singer spoke after a standing ovation from the crowd, saying her band “deserve this so much” for playing live for more than three hours.

Taylor Swift praised her band during her third night at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday. After receiving a standing ovation, Swift highlighted her band’s dedication to performing live for over three hours at her shows. This comes in response to Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl’s insinuation that her performances aren’t live.

“My band who’s gonna be playing live for you for three and a half hours tonight, they deserve this so much,” Swift said. “And so does every one of my fellow performers. And you just gave that to us so generously, we will never forget it,” she added, according to a video posted online.

Over the course of “The Eras Tour,” Swift has consistently received standing ovations from fans, particularly after performing “Champagne Problems.” Although she regularly thanks her band, she made a special mention following Grohl’s remarks.

Grohl, performing in London with the Foo Fighters, implied that Swift’s shows aren’t entirely live by saying, “That’s because we actually play live… you guys like raw, live rock ‘n’ roll music, right?” His comment followed a joke about their own “Errors Tour,” a term Swift’s fans have also humorously used to describe her tour due to various onstage mishaps.

Swift’s performances have included incidents like her boot breaking and a piano malfunctioning due to rain. During Sunday’s show, she even swallowed a bug while singing the 10-minute version of “All Too Well,” as seen in a video posted online.

Grohl’s recent comments contrast with his past praise of Swift. He previously credited her with saving him from embarrassment at a Paul McCartney party, where she stepped in to play a song on the piano when he couldn’t.