Miranda Lambert was the Surprise Guest in Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour

By Pala Sen | 1 year ago
Miranda Lambert was the Surprise Guest in Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour

It was a happy and eventful day for Taylor Swifts’ fans and audiences when she was joined on the stage by Miranda Lambert in North Carolina. Read on to know more.

It was back to Taylor Swift’s country roots on this Wednesday as she brought Miranda Lambert as a surprise guest while performing on her “1989” World Tour at Greensboro in North Carolina.


Swift asked her audience to make some noise as Lambert was there. The crowd was euphoric and simply lost their sanity when they heard that.

The audience really had a blast when this talented pair performed on Miranda’s hit number “Little Red Wagon.” This sassy number is from “Platinum,” Lambert’s latest album. The two gorgeous blonde played along throughout the number as well as worked the stage.

Earlier, Swift had also welcomed other well-known country singers like The Band Perry, Dierks Bentley, and Sam Hunt during the much talked about “1989” World Tour.  The singer also shared pictures and clips of the duo performing together on social media.

Other special guests on Swift’s shows include Steven Tyler, Alison, Krauss and Kelsea Ballerini in Nashville, Natalie Maines and Dixie Chicks in Los Angeles and Sam Hunt in Chicago.

According to The Boot, Lambert is the 9th country singer as a special guest in Taylor’s 1989 World Tour. Quite recently, at one of Swift’s shows at Toronto in Ontario, singer Keith Urban performed on stage with this pop superstar for two numbers, “Somebody Like You” was one of them.

It is a known fact now that Lambert and Swift have been mutual fans for several years now.  In September, Lambert had also uploaded a clip of lip sync, done on “Bad Blood,”

Though, Swift is presently a complete pop singer, yet she still remains quite close to her community of country music.

Taylor Swift’s last leg of 1989 World Tour in the United States will be ending on Oct. 31, 2015.

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