Mick Jagger joined Taylor Swift on stage during the pop star's second sold-out show at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena over the weekend, much to the delight of the audience.
Swift, who has peppered her "1989 World Tour" with a wide assortment of special guests, brought out British singing star Leona Lewis earlier in the Saturday show and the two sang Lewis' hit "Bleeding Love," The Tennessean reported.
But Swift had another surprise in store for her guests, saving Jagger's appearance for near the end of her set.
"Taylor Swift bridged the gap in awesome style Saturday night in Nashville when Mick Jagger hopped on stage and the duo sang one of the best songs in the history of music — "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," TMZ reported
. "Taylor's had a bunch of stars make appearances during her concerts, but the Rolling Stones frontman definitely takes the cake."
Sarene Leeds, of The Wall Street Journal
, joked that Swift's "surprise" guests are no longer a surprise because pulling celebs on stage has become such a regular part of her shows, but admitted that Jagger truly was a treat.
"All kidding aside, it's pretty safe to say that Mick Jagger . . . may just top them all," Leeds wrote. "The Rolling Stones frontman dueted with Swift on his 1965 hit . . . proving that 50 years ain't nothing but a number when it came to the song's still-vibrant sex appeal, with the 'Bad Blood' singer teaching her young fans a thing or two about the power of classic tunes."
Taylor has been joined on stage this tour by Selena Gomez, Justin Timberlake, John Legend, Avril Lavigne, Wiz Khalifa, and Nick Jonas, among others.
The singer, though, appeared to have a special appreciation for Jagger joining her onstage, sending out a tweet after the concert.
Others on social media appeared to enjoy watching the two performers as well.
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