Taylor Swift’s parade of guest stars rolled on Tuesday night at Staples Center with surprise appearances by John Legend, Beck and St. Vincent.
“I heard @johnlegend and Chrissy were on the way to the show & called and asked if John felt like playing ‘All of Me,’” Swift tweeted after Tuesday’s concert, referring to the R&B singer and his wife, model Chrissy Teigen.
Like virtually every other celebrity in Los Angeles this week, Legend accepted Swift’s invitation, joining her on vocals and piano for a rendition of his hit power ballad that she later said gave her “all the feels.”
Swift’s other guests at Tuesday’s show – the fourth of five at the downtown arena -- were more left-field: Beck and St. Vincent, both of whom turned up to perform Beck’s song “Dreams.”
“There is nothing cooler than @st_vincent soloing while pyro goes off in the background,” Swift wrote on Twitter late Tuesday.
The pop star’s extended stay in L.A. is set to conclude Wednesday night with a final sold-out Staples Center gig.
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