Taylor Swift Concert, Tove Lo

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Taylor Swift's celebrity-filled 1989 World Tour continues, and this time she brought a newer name to the stage: Tove Lo!

The duo performed "Talking Body" together in Atlanta, Ga., on Saturday night, looking hot in two different but equally sexy body suits. Swift donned a blue sparkly piece, while Tove Lo went for a rebellious, leather black one.

"'Talking Body' with @tovelo in Atlanta!!! Everyone knew every word, and she KILLED IT!!" Swift captioned a photo of the two singers.

The 25-year-old "Style" singer also took to Instagram to share a couple videos from performance, showing off her, er, interesting dance moves for the sexy song.

"Now if we're talkin body, you got a perfect one"

A video posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on

Jazz hands, anyone? LOL. Gotta love her!

Tove Lo was stoked to take part in one of Swift's concerts, also sharing a photo of the two of them on social media with a caption that shared her total excitement and complete gratefulness.  

"UNREAL. @taylorswift I can't thank you and your fans enough for this night," she wrote. "Playing for 56,000 people (!!!!) was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. I will never forget this #1989worldtour #sofuckinggrateful #atla."

A photo posted by Tove Lo (@tovelo) on

Meanwhile, Swift's most recent celebrity attendee before Tove Lo was Miranda Lambert. The blonde country crooner joined her in Greensboro, North Carolina to perform "Little Red Wagon" off her 2014 album Platinum.

Other celebs who have performed or walked out on stage with Swift include Ellie Goulding, Selena Gomez, Julia Roberts, Justin Timberlake and many, many more.

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