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See the most-read stories in Entertainment this hour Swift’s tour has proved to be as much about showcasing the singer's plunge into pop terrain with a splashy arena spectacle as it is about providing proof of her massive starpower – largely accomplished by the litany of surprise celebrity guests who have popped in during the show.Taylor Swift upped the celebrity ante at her third of five sold-out shows Monday at Staples Center as part of her ”1989” tour.Taylor Swift is having quite the summer—from her breakup with Calvin Harris to the birth of Hiddleswift to Kim Kardashian’s receipts-apalooza, plus or minus a Nils Sjoberg, she’s been consistently dominating headlines.
(Randy Lewis)Lorde, Jason Derulo, Sam Hunt, Fifth Harmony, Fetty Wap, Little Mix, Nick Jonas, Little Big Town and the Weeknd have already joined her on dates throughout the show’s run. Swift first ceded the stage to best friend Gomez, calling her a "multitalented performer who is good at pretty much everything does.” Gomez performed her steamy single “Good For You” for the first time.
The guests, consciously or coincidentally, nodded to three key facets of her music: her beginnings in country with the appearance of Dixie Chicks singer and songwriter... See the most-read Entertainment stories this hour At the show’s opening Friday, Swift brought out One Republic frontman and songwriter Ryan Tedder, whom she collaborated with on her massive “1989.”Lakers star Kobe Bryant surprised her by unveiling a banner that hangs alongside a handful of Lakers championship banners to mark the milestone of achieving the most sold-out performances by a single artist (she’s got 16, an all-time record). Blige, strutted alongside comedian Chris Rock and actor Matt Le Blanc, emoted with actor-singer Uzo Aduba ("Orange Is the New Black") and dug into her country roots with Dixie Chicks singer and songwriter Natalie Maines.
Taylor Swift upped the celebrity ante at her third of five sold-out shows Monday at Staples Center as part of her ”1989” tour. She pranced with Ellen De Generes and tapped into her angst with confessional singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette.
Early into the final night of a five-show run of sold-out concerts at Staples Center on Thursday, Taylor Swift made a promise to the nearly 15,000 fans.“Since you've done so many crazy things for me ...
I went and did something a little crazy,” the superstar said amid a bevy of fans' flashing signs and deafening screams.“[Tonight] could be some of the most epic surprises on the ‘1989’ tour,” she teased ahead of guest performances from actress Lisa Kudrow, best friend Selena Gomez and longtime "musical crush" Justin Timberlake.
So have Julia Roberts, Joan Baez, Ciara, Heidi Klum and the entire U. The pair vamped with shirtless male dancers, slinked down the catwalk and traded verses before a giddy embrace as they jumped up and down.