Taylor Swift ended her sold-out, five-night run of the L.A. leg of her 1989 World Tour show last night at the Staples Center.
After bringing out various surprise celebrity guests throughout her sold-out tour — including EllenDeGeneres, Mary J.Blige, Alanis Morissette, and Chris Rock this week alone — Swift really saved the best for last.
First, Swift pal Selena Gomez came out Wednesday night in a coordinating outfit. The young Swifties went nuts as the two performed a duet to Gomez’s new hit single, “Good For You”:
Then, Lisa Kudrow came on stage with a guitar as her “Phoebe” character from “Friends.”
Swift asked Kudrow, “What song are you going to sing, Phoebe?” and the two then went into a rendition of her famous “Friends” song, “Smelly Cat.”
Next up, Justin Timberlake.
“This has been so hard to keep a secret. You have no idea,” Swift told the crowd. “He’s been a great friend to me, and will be remembered as one of the greatest musicians of our generation. Justin hasn’t performed since he became a dad, so I’m just honored that this is his first performance. Anyone who knows me knows that this is my favourite artist. I am obsessed with his music. It is the one thing that everyone in the world has in common.”
And with that, the two performed his hit single, “Mirrors”:
A slew of celebrities were in the audience to catch Swift’s record-breaking five sold out L.A. shows.
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