Taylor Swift just proved why she deserves the title “Princess of Pop.” Swift made all the Swifties proud when she gave one of the best performances in her life with Paul McCartney at “Saturday Night Live’s” 40th anniversary special after party. Watch them “Shake It Off” in the video below.
After the three-and-a-half-hour television special of “SNL’s” 40th year, celebs went to New York’s Plaza Hotel to continue the celebration. According to The Hollywood Reporter, featured a ton of stars including Beyonce, Jay Z, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ariana Grande and Paris Hilton.
It was definitely a night to remember as Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney, Prince, Jimmy Fallon, Bill Murray, Haim turned the “SNL’s” after party into a mini concert. Our favorite part was when Swift and McCartney rocked to The Beatles’ “I Saw Her Standing There,” joined by Fallon and Dan Aykroyd. They followed it with Swift’s “Shake It Off” from her hit album “1989.” McCartney was just too adorable even if it looked like he didn’t know much of the lyrics.
Watch Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift sing “Shake It Off” below:
We hope Swift and McCartney collaborates soon!
Speaking of making beautiful music together, we all know by now that Kanye West and Taylor Swift are doing recording a new song, right? But did you know that it was actually McCartney who brought the two together?
According to HollywoodLife.com, the Beatles member was the main reason for the duo’s collaboration. An insider revealed that after Swift and McCartney performed together at “SNL’s” after party, the “Blank Space” singer told him about she wanted to work with Kanye but was afraid he’ll shoot her down.
“McCartney said Swift should work with West and potentially create some epic music together. He actually mentioned to her that if he could be civil with Yoko Ono (John Lennon’s widow), then Kanye would be a piece of cake,” the source added.
Talk about perfect timing! Are you excited to see Swift-West collaboration? What do you think of Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift’s rendition of “Shake It Off”? Sound off in the comments below.