The Most Iconic Guest Artists At Taylor Swift Concerts

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Even if you don’t listen to her music, Taylor Swift is a household name. She breaks record after record, with her hit songs topping music charts (“Shake It Off,” “You Belong With Me,” “We Are Never Getting Back Together,” the list goes on…). Her music videos gross hundreds of millions of views, while her singles receive just as many downloads. Swift is a very hands-on, sharp, smart businesswoman with millions of loyal fans who call themselves “Swifties.” The singer is also known for her extravagant concerts – in which she invites musical stars and celebrities and surprises the audiences every single show, like in her 1989 tour. Let’s go over some of the most iconic guests Taylor Swift has ever had at her concerts.

 

Idina Menzel

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Don’t know who Idina Menzel is? Well, you probably know who Elsa from Frozen is. Whether you’re a parent or a child, you probably know “Let It Go” by heart (whether you like it or not). In October 2015 in Tampa, Florida, Menzel – who provides Elsa’s voice – came on stage, dressed as the ice queen and sang “Let It Go” with Swift (dressed as Olaf the Snowman).

Keith Urban

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Urban is one of the most famous country singers and might also be known to viewers of American Idol as one of the show’s judges. Swift was ecstatic to invite the legendary artist on stage in October 2015 in Toronto, Canada, and connect to her country roots. They sang “Somebody Like You” together as sparks flashed in the background; the crowd absolutely loved it.

Mick Jagger

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In September 2015, in yet another sold-out concert in Nashville, Tennessee, Swift invited another rock icon on stage: Mick Jagger. The Rolling Stones singer and Swift performed “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” and it really seemed like Jagger hasn’t aged a day since 1965. His natural state is, obviously, on a stage in front of a massive, cheering crowd.

Alanis Morissette

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Morissette is a classic symbol of the 90s, which happens to be the decade Swift grew up and matured in. So when in August 2015 Swift invited Morissette on stage, the excitement could be felt in the air. Swift credited the “Ironic” singer as one of her biggest musical influences (as well as former Dixie Chicks star Natalie Maines who joined them on stage later). Morissette and Swift performed “You Oughta Know,” and 90s teenagers, adults, and millennials all rejoiced at once.

Steven Tyler

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In September 2015, Taylor Swift invited rock n’ roll legend Steven Tyler to the stage in a concert in Nashville, Tennessee. The Aerosmith frontman and the young country/pop singer rocked the arena. This unlikely match sent sparks flying off stage; the duo sang “I Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” and brought together two generations of music lovers.