Taylor Swift and Uzo Aduba of “Orange Is The New Black” brought down the house at the Staples Center on Saturday night when they sang a duet of the singer’s hit “White Horse“.
“Cause we’re celebrating no more drama in our lives”, the caption reads. I’ve always loved and truly, truly respect Taylor Swift as a woman, as a businesswoman, and as an artist.
Taylor Swift received a big surprise on Friday, August 21, when she played the first of five concerts of her 1989 World Tour at L.A.’s Staples Center.
The poster read “Most sold out performances” with her name emblazoned at the top.
Also sharing the concert stage with Swift were her “Blank Space” video co-star Sean O’Pry, actor-producer Chris Rock and “Friends” star Matt LeBlanc.
Kobe stopped the show to hang a banner for Taylor Swift at Staples for sixteen sold out shows.
Aduba previously joined Swift onstage last month during a tour stop in New Jersey, when she strutted her stuff with supermodels during Style.
During the concert, Swift surprised her fans when she introduced her very first guest of the night, OneRepublic lead singer, Ryan Tedder.
As the 1989 tour continues its record-breaking Los Angeles leg, Swift’s celeb cameos keep getting wilder. Click the gallery below to see who else showed up! “Taylor has great, relatable lyrics”, Blige said, calling from her auto on the way home. With “All Too Well”, she got another huge ovation, performing simply with her acoustic guitar. At her “1989” concert in Los Angeles, Swift hailed fans for their candidness and openness in communicating with her, Los Angeles Times reported.
Swift was floored by the banner’s reveal during her show, and also shared her reaction on Instagram.
Swift even ended her show with the song of the summer, “Shake It Off”, on an elevated, rotating stage with all her dancers while confetti fell from the ceiling. Sure, it might be expensive, but who can put a price on love as adorable as G.I. Joe’s?