Who Will Be The Next Surprise Guest On Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour?

Who Will Be The Next Surprise Guest On Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour?
Taylor Swift performs during The 1989 World Tour at Tokyo Dome at Tokyo Dome on May 6, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by: Jun Sato/Getty)

Did you feel that? Oh, it’s just Taylor Swift. The queen of pop music has been busy rocking the western hemisphere with her massively successful 1989 World Tour. And even though last week brought Taylor a bit of Twitter beef, the parade of celebrity friends joining her at every recent show has helped cement her tour’s legacy.

The tour stopped this past weekend at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts and now heads to the West Coast featuring performances at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field (August 8th) and Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium (August 14th & 15th). And if her previous stops are any indication, fans should be in for some epic high-profile celebrity cameos. So we thought it might be a good time to look back on the special guests that have joined Taylor on tour so far.


The Weeknd & Nick Jonas: East Rutherford’s MetLife Stadium – July 10th & 11th

The Weeknd surprised fans at Swift’s first New Jersey show with a performance of “Can’t Feel My Face.”

The following night, Swift replaced The Weeknd with a surprise visit from Nick Jonas. The pair performed a duet of “Jealous.”

Lorde & Jason Derulo: Washington, D.C.’s Nationals Park – July 13th & 14th

After a 19-hour flight from New Zealand, Lorde performed her hit song “Royals.”

The following night, a shirtless Jason Derulo sang “Want To Want Me,” much to the delight of Taylor and her fans.

Andy Grammer & Sam Hunt: Chicago’s Soldier Field – July 18th & 19th

On the first night of Swift’s Chicago shows, Andy Grammer showed up to perform his 2011 hit “Honey, I’m Good.”

The following night, singer, songwriter, and country sensation Sam Hunt joined Taylor for a duet of Hunt’s popular song “Take Your Time.”

WALK THE MOON & MKTO: Foxborough’s Gillette Stadium – July 24th & 25th

Taylor took Gillette Stadium by storm with two consecutive performances on Friday and Saturday at the epic Massachusetts venue. Surprising New England fans, Taylor brought out WALK THE MOON (see exclusive interview with WALK THE MOON here) and performed the uber catchy hit “Shut Up and Dance”.

The following night, the pop duo MKTO joined Taylor with a performance of their hit song “Classic”.

Swift’s concerts have also seen their fair share of non-musical celebrity guests. Actresses Uzo Aduba (Orange Is the New Black), Lena Dunham (Girls, Tiny Furniture) and Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit, Ender’s Game, Pitch Perfect 2), along with models Gigi Hadid and Lily Aldridge, shared the stage with Taylor in East Rutherford on July 10th. And let’s not forget the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, who along with Heidi Klum, made an appearance at the same show.


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Who else will join Taylor Swift on stage during the 1989 World Tour? Sound off in the comments.