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Taylor Swift welcomed star after star onto the stage during her second sold-out 1989 concert at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on Saturday.
The 25-year-old pop superstar invited Mary J. Blige to perform the legendary R&B/hip-hop singer’s “Doubt” and “Family Affair,” and also brought out Orange Is the New Black actress Uzo Aduba for a duet of her 2008 Fearless track “White Horse.”
“That was such an amazing experience performing w/ @taylorswift13 at the @STAPLESCenter! Congrats on your historic 1989 Tour!” Blige tweeted after the show.
— Mary J. Blige (@maryjblige) August 23, 2015
Swift’s Saturday concert marked her second of five sold-out 1989 concerts at Staples. On Friday, L.A. Lakers star Kobe Bryant made a surprise appearance to announce a new banner that recognizes Swift for having the most sold-out concerts (16 total) at the 20,000-seat arena.
Saturday evening also featured OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder, who performed his band’s hit single “Counting Stars.”
This story first appeared on Billboard.
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