A fan's dream came true on Saturday when Mick Jagger joined Taylor Swift in the pop star's "1989 World Tour."
The 72-year-old fan bought tickets to the Nashville, Tennessee, concert, not knowing that Mick Jagger will be making an appearance in Taylor's concert as a surprise guest. In a video uploaded on YouTube, the grandmother can be seen screaming "Oh my God!" over and over in sheer delight as Jagger joined Swift to sing the Rolling Stones' hit "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."
Watch this grandmother scream like a tween when Mick Jagger joins @taylorswift13 on stage http://t.co/n7TV1dGRsp
— TIME.com (@TIME) September 28, 2015
According to the YouTube clip's description, the fan had been planning to watch the Rolling Stones in a concert a few months ago but wasn't able to due to health reasons. She was beside herself with excitement when Swift announced that Mick Jagger will be joining her onstage. Their "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" duet is not the first time that the two have joined forces onstage. In 2013, Jagger and Swift sang "As Tears Go By" in a show in Chicago.
After her duet with Jagger in the Chicago concert, Taylor Swift told Access Hollywood that Jagger is "so cool" and that she immediately agreed when she was asked to perform with the Rolling Stones.
"He's so cool. Getting that phone call, like, 'Hey, would you like to go and play with the Rolling Stones?' Yes. That's an immediate yes. That is a bold, underline, exclamation point, yes," Swift said.
*drops mic* 🎤 @MickJagger #1989TourNashville pic.twitter.com/WCRGPnZ5SF — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) September 27, 2015
In the same interview, Taylor Swift also said performing with Jagger and the Rolling Stones was the "best moment ever." On her Twitter account, Taylor Swift told her 64 million followers that one of her surprise guests during her second show in Nashville is Mick Jagger. She also shared a photo on her Instagram of her and the Stones frontman during their duet. In the clip, Jagger seems energetic and even shows off his signature "Satisfaction" moves as he belts out the song with Swift.
Both Mick Jagger and Taylor Swift wore matching leather pants during the performance.
Mick Jagger wasn't the only celebrity who joined the Swift during her Nashville concert. She also sang "Bleeding Love' with Leona Lewis, a former winner of The X Factor UK.
Swift was all praises for Leona Lewis after their duet, and on her Instagram account, Swift wrote, "Me losing my mind because @leonalewis is singing 'Bleeding Love' tonight in Nashville and I may never recover."
Oh my God @leonalewis sang 'Bleeding Love' tonight in Nashville and I may never recover. #1989TourNashville pic.twitter.com/qtCHxVm1El
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) September 27, 2015
Mick Jagger's fellow rocker Steve Tyler also joined Taylor Swift during her "1989 World Tour" in Nashville, Tennessee. Steve Tyler was one the musical guests during the first night of Swifts two-day concert. Swift and the Aerosmith singer performed the 1998 hit song, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing." The 67-year-old Tyler later thanked Swift for their Bridgestone Arena number.
On Twitter, he said, " HOLY SWIFT111 @TAYLORSWIFT13... SHINED SO HOT N BRIGHT SHE MADE THE SUN JEALOUS. THANKS FOR THE FUN."
WELL MA DARLIN'...YOU SURE WERE OVERSTOOD TONIGHT! A++...EPIC SHOW...UNTIL NEXTIME... https://t.co/LbHb6nt5v6 — Steven Tyler (@IamStevenT) September 26, 2015
And just like the way she informed her fans about the Mick Jagger duet, Swift tweeted about her performance with Tyler.
"Singing 'I Don't Want to Miss a Thing' with @IamStevenT was an honor. So inspired by how he was sweet to all of us."
On her Instagram account, Taylor Swift also shared a photo of her and Tyler with the words, "Magical things going down on this tour."
Joining Mick Jagger, Leona Lewis, and Steven Tyler in the list of celebrities who were invited to perform at Taylor Swift's "1989 World Tour" in Nashville are Alison Krauss and Kelsey Ballerini. In her tweets, Swift said that Krauss is "breathtaking, regal, and elegant," while Ballerini is "charming and fantastic."
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