Taylor Swift played the second of 2 shows at St. Louis’s Scottrade Center last night (Sept. 29) and, well, things got a little heated – in a good way. Swift brought out hometown hero Nelly to perform his classic hit, “Hot In Herre,” with the assist from her and Haim, who have been opening on Swift’s tour since the summer. Haim playfully joined Swift on-stage as Nelly’s back-up dancers and dropped the crucial talkback adlibs “What?”, “Oh!”, and “I think my butt getting big”.
The “Bad Blood” singer is known for inviting guests on-stage during her 1989 tour stops, including Fetty Wap, Beck, and Alanis Morissette. This past Saturday, Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones brought the house down in Nashville when the two sang the group’s iconic anthem “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.”
Swift’s 1989 World Tour will conclude its North American trek with a Halloween night concert in Tampa Bay. After that, Swift will embark on a jaunt through Asia and Australia.