Taylor Swift Brings HAIM to ‘1989’ World Tour

By DV Pre | 2 years ago
Taylor Swift Brings HAIM to ‘1989’ World Tour

Taylor Swift is bringing HAIM to her 1989 World Tour.

The “Blank Space” singer can’t seem to get enough of the HAIM sisters! Swift’s Instagram account has recently been flooded by her vacation photos with the Este, Danielle and Alana.


First, the quartet, Lorde and even Swift’s dad was spotted wandering around Catalina.

Two weeks later, Swift posted a photo of sexy photo of them in their bikinis vacationing in Hawaii. And now, the band is tagging along in her 1989 World Tour.

Greetings from Maui! @haimtheband

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Swift took to her Twitter account to announce the exciting news.

According to Rolling Stone, HAIM would be in approximately 17 shows of the 1989 World Tour. They would travel with Swift across seven US cities in a span of three months. Swifties will get to see HAIM perform live at East Rutherford, New Jersey, Washington DC, Chicago, Foxborough, Massachusetts, Nashville and St. Louis. They would also perform at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, the indie band’s hometown.

Swift is undeniably overjoyed to share the good news to her fans. She says she’ll be doing a “celebratory friendship dance” set to HAIM’s “Forever.” Isn’t she just adorable?

According to MailOnline, Swift and the HAIM sisters became friends after hitting it off at the Jingle Ball performance. Since then the foursome had been photographed hanging out, enjoying each other’s company. Some fans can’t help but wonder if Swift is ditching Selena Gomez for Lorde and HAIM sisters. Not to worry, Swifties! Gomez is just busy working on her latest album with rumored boyfriend Zedd. Maybe her BFF is just giving them some alone time together.

What do you think of the friendship between Taylor Swift and the HAIM sisters? Are you excited that they’re part of the 1989 World Tour? Sound off in the comments below.

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