“Don’t be fooled by the awards that she’s got, she’s still T. Swift from the block”
Just in case that wasn’t enough of a hint of who Taylor Swift had as her special guest at her final tour stop at Los Angeles’ Staples Center then we don’t know what is.
Just yesterday, we got video of Swift performed with Ellie Goulding her 2012 hit song, “Anything Could Happen” and today we received another video of the pop star bringing another pop star on stage to sing her hit song; Jennifer Lopez.
Swift starts off the introduction by reminiscing about when she was a little girl.
“You know how you have your favorite song that you just play over and over and over again,” she said. “You just blast it in your room and you’d sing in front of your mirror into a hairbrush, right? You have that one favorite song. It was your favorite song to dance to. Los Angeles, this is my hairbrush song.”
The audience which included about 15,000 Swift fans heard the opening notes of Lopez’s 2002 song from her third album, This is Me…Then.
Watch the video of the two pop star sing the song and strut around the stage surrounded by Lopez’s dancers.
Another day, another guest star at the never-ending tour that is Taylor Swift’s RED Tour.
This time, British songstress, Ellie Goulding had the honor of joining the pop star on stage during on another one of her Los Angeles tour stops at the Staples Center on Friday. This tour might be all about Swift and tourmate, Ed Sheeran, but it looks like it might also be about all the guests that she has brought on stage since the tour began.
So far, the “Love Story” singer has brought on stage Carly Simpson who she sang “You’re So Vain,” Tegan and Sara earlier this week for a rendition of their single, “Closer” as well as Jimmy Eat World frontman, Jim Atkins and Fall Out Boy frontman, Patrick Stump.
“Everybody, I want you to put anything you have lit-up up,” Swift instructed her legion of fans before introducing Goulding to the stage where the two of them performed her 2012 hit song, “Anything Could Happen.”
After the show Swift tweeted the following to her fans about the show: “So.. Anything could happen at one of our LA shows. @elliegoulding showed up to sing ‘anything could happen’! 15,000 person dance party.
Check out the footage of the two of them performing the song here:
If you think that Tegan and Sara and Taylor Swift might be a weird combination, well you wouldn’t be alone.
What’s surprising about it is, that the sister duo and the pop star just recently performed together. During Swift’s sold out show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Tegan and Sara appeared on the stage to perform “Closer,” the lead single from their latest album, Heartthrob.
Tegan and Sara aren’t the only ones who have performed with the “I Knew You Were Trouble” star; Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump, Paramore’s Hayley Williams, and Jimmy Eat World’s Jim Adkins have also appeared as surprise guests alongside pop star during her mega successful RED tour.
For now, check out the video straight from the show below and tell us what you think about the pairing.
Poor Ed Sheeran, maybe seeing all those Sheeri-os in the crowd made him stumble and eventually eat it.
The British singer-songwriter fell right off the stage Wednesday evening at the first stop of tour mate, Taylor Swift’s, “RED” Tour in Omaha, Nebraska.
Of course, like modern day technology does, his embarrassing stumble was caught on camera and uploaded to Youtube for the world to see. The incident took play halfway through his set while he was sang (rapped?) his super fast, super awesome song, “You Need Me, I Don’t Need You.”
It all started when Sheeran decided to get on top of a speaker and proceed to do a call-and-response with his fans and jump from one monitor to the other. Turns out that the singer kind of (well, completely) miscalculated the distance from where he was to the other monitor and ended up face planting in front of an arena full of people.
The day before, he had tweeted out that he was battling a nasty bug. He then followed up by writing, “Flucinating” and eventually added, “This flu is making me dream the weirdest s—t, dunno whats going on.”
It’s okay Ed, I know a lot of girls that would like to kiss your boo-boo and make you feel all better.