Part of her fourth concert tour, Swift didn’t miss to sing “All of Me” onstage with R&B singer John Legend.
Taylor Swift, 25 year-old American singer-songwriter and actress just performed with all time favorite R&B singer, songwriter and actor John Legend onstage as part of her 1989 World Tour at L.A.’s Staples Center on Tuesday, Aug. 25. The tour runs from May to December 2015, scheduled in Japan, the U.S., Canada, the UK, the Republic of Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands and Australia with HAIM, Vance Joy, Shawn Mendes and James Bay to appear as the support acts for various legs of the tour.
John Legend joins Swift onstage at her concert at Los Angeles’ Staples Center to perform his hit ballad “All of Me”, Tuesday. Later on Swift welcomed indie artists Beck and St. Vincent and sang Beck’s single “Dreams”, dazzling display of pyrotechnics went off behind them. Celebrity guest including Matt LeBlanc, Mary J. Blige, Elle DeGeneres and Alanis Morissette also appeared onstage.
Taylor Swift posted on social media, “Getting to play ‘Dreams’ with @Beck and @st_vincent is something I’ll remember forever. I can’t even express it.”, “I heard @johnlegend and Chrissy were on the way to the show & called and asked if John felt like playing ‘All of Me’.” St. Vincent casually slaying that guitar solo while pyro goes off in the background.”, “Beck and I having a dance party. I don’t know how to process any of the events of tonight.” Wednesday night, her five-date residency at the Staples Center ends. ”
Legend’s wife, model Chrissy Teigen , the singer wrote the song for captioned a pic via Instagram, “All of me loves all of T! @taylorswift @johnlegend.” She made sure to take a photo of her husband’s performance with Swift. John Legend serenaded the crowd behind the piano as Swift accompanied him.
Taylor Swift also rocked out with St. Vincent, and Beck, hitting the stage. Swift is known for narrative songs about her personal experiences and her music career been very successful. Ranked number 64 as she became the youngest woman ever to be included on Forbes’ “100 Most Powerful Women” list. IMAGE/CHRISTOPHER POLK/TAS/GETTY