How you doin'?!
Matt LeBlanc and Chris Rock took the stage together at Taylor Swift's second 1989 tour concert in Los Angeles' Staples Center on Saturday, becoming the latest celebrity surprise guests to walk her runway as she performed "Style." The three were joined by Sean O'Pry, a model who appeared in Swift's "Blank Space" video, and even scored a hug from the singer.
"The #1 male model in the world, Sean O'Pry," Swift wrote on Instagram. "And the #2 and #3 top male models, Chris Rock and Matt LeBlanc. Obviously."
The singer has been bringing famous BFFs and other stars onstage regularly since beginning her concert series in May, effectively growing her "squad." At Saturday's concert, she also performed with Mary J. Blige and Uzo Aduba, who plays Crazy Eyes on Orange Is the New Black.
She an Blige sang the latter singer's songs "Doubt" and "Family Affair."
Swift and Aduba performed "White Horse."
"I'm so blown away by the multi-talented Uzo Aduba and how she smashed 'White Horse' tonight," Swift said on Instagram. "And also by how incredibly down to earth and wonderfully kind she is."
This marked the second out of five shows at Staples Center for Swift's 1989 tour. Like the first concert on Friday, there were a slew of celebrity attendees, many of whom appeared a private event hosted by Tommy Bahama, held at the Hyde Lounge inside the venue.
The list of celebrity attendees also included:
8 Simple Rules' Amy Davidson and Mean Girls' Lacey Charbet, who wrote on Instagram, "@TaylorSwift put on the most spectacular show!! The energy at Staples Center was unreal. @MaryJBlige surprise performance was incredible!! #TS1989 #TBxTSwift."
Nina Dobrev, who hung out with E! News' Maria Menounos.
Pretty Little Liars' Ashley Benson, who arrived with her mother and sister:
Pretty Little Liars' Janel Parrish:
Greek alum Amber Stevens West and Smash alum and Scorpion actress Katharine McPhee:
Swift returns to Staples Center for a third concert on Monday.