Ciara, Russell Wilson, Taylor Swift Concert

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Even football studs can have that James Dean daydream look in their eyes!

Taylor Swift headed to Seattle over the weekend to continue her 1989 World Tour. And to the delight of fans, the "Shake It Off" singer brought along a few surprise guests for the show.

While performing her hit single "Style," Swift invited fellow singer Ciara on-stage to strut her stuff on the runway. But after a few moments, a beloved NFL star decided to join in too. Give it up for Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson.

"That Seattle crowd went ABSOLUTELY INSANE when @ciara and @dangerusswilson walked out!! I LOVED TONIGHT," Swift wrote on Twitter after the surprise. Ciara added, "@taylorswift13 You're Truly Awesome! @DangeRussWilson And I Had Fun Rocking With You On Stage Tonight. Keep Shining! You Rock."

The Hollywood couple decided to match from head-to-toe in denim jeans and black leather jackets for their night out in Seattle. And if you ask Wilson, it was a pretty nice break from all the football practice he's experienced in recent weeks.

"The crowd was rocking like always in CLink!" he tweeted after the show. "Thanks @TaylorSwift13 for inviting @Ciara & I!! Hope you loved Seattle!!"

While their time on the stage was brief, the Hollywood couple managed to make quite the impression on fans. After all, this town loves their football.

"They looked super cute and so happy to be there," an eyewitness shared with E! News. "Russell is worshipped here in Washington and they were the perfect guests."

Fetty Wap also appeared at the sold-out concert to perform his hit single "Trap Queen" in front of 60,000 people. Swift's next shows take her to Santa Clara, Calif. and Glendale, Ariz. 

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