Remembering All the Celebrities on Taylor Swift's 1989 World Tour

After the Grammy-winning artist announced dates for her Reputation tour, fans started reminiscing about all her famous friends who joined her during her last concert series

By Madagan Riley Nov 13, 2017 9:33 PMTags

Taylor Swift just released the dates for the North American leg of her Reputation tour, and fans are hoping the concert series will be another star-studded event (à la the 1989 World Tour).

Back in 2014, Swift made the crossover from country singer to full-fledged pop star and announced the tour for her wildly popular album 1989. Each night, Swift surprised her adoring fans with a guest performer. The list of guests was extensive and diverse, including Keith UrbanMick Jagger, Fetty Wap and Ellen DeGeneres.

Take a look at all the celebrity cameos from the 1989 World Tour in the following gallery:

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Idina Menzel

The singer sang "Let It Go" with the Frozen star at her concert in Tampa, Fla. on costume!

Tove Lo

Taylor Swift surprised her sold-out Atlanta crowd with the "Talking Body" crooner. 

Miranda Lambert

Blake Shelton's ex-wife joined Swift onstage to perform "Little Red Wagon."

Ellie Goulding

With just a few U.S. dates to go, Swift continued to surprise fans with an impromptu performance of "Love Me Like You Do" in Texas.

Charli XCX

The "Boom Clap" crooner joined her friend on stage for another electrifying performance in front of 50,000 fans. 

Keith Urban

Goin' country in Toronto! Swift brought out the American Idol judge. 


During the St. Louis show, T.Swift and the hometown rapper had a blast singing his greatest hits.

Mick Jagger

Swift proved she had moves like Jagger when she brought the Rolling Stones frontman on stage in Nashville to sing "Satisfaction." 

Steven Tyler

Swift and the Aerosmith frontman sang his band's 1998 hit "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing."

Alison Krauss

At a concert in Nashville, Swift sang "When You Say Nothing At All" with the country star, who released a cover of the ballad in 1995.

Kelsea Ballerini

Swift and the country singer performed Ballerini's 2014 hit "Love Me Like You Mean It" in Nashville.

The Band Perry

The group performed "If I Die Young" at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Wiz Khalifa

The two performed at the Minute Maid Park in Houston.

Avril Lavigne

The singer performed "Complicated" with the Canadian pop star at her concert in San Diego.

Selena Gomez

The singer brought her "Bad Blood" co-star and bestie on stage for her final Los Angeles show.

Justin Timberlake

At her final L.A. show, Swift asked the new dad to perform for the first time since baby Silas' birth. 

Alanis Morissette

We're so jealous! Swift got to sing one of the most iconic breakup songs of all time ("You Oughta Know") with the person who wrote it. 

Beck and St. Vincent

For one of her five sold-out Los Angeles shows, Taylor got some indie cred by having Beck and St. Vincent perform "Dreams" with her.

Ellen DeGeneres

The Emmy-winning talk-show host showed up in a sparkly tutu ensemble that rivaled Swift's.


The besties performed a duet to "Royals" in Washington D.C.

Hailee Steinfeld, Gigi Hadid, Lily Alridge and Lena Dunham

Swift proved she rolled deep by having her squad join her during her New Jersey show.

Fetty Wap

At her Seattle show, Swift invited the rapper to sing his hit "Trap Queen" with her. She later shared an Instagram pic of the moment and claimed she was "unable to find my chill."

Martha Hunt, Kendall Jenner, Serena Williams, Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid, Cara Delevingne

Taylor's cameos for her London leg were a real model squad.

U.S. Women's Soccer Team

The World Cup-winning soccer team waved American flags while walking the catwalk during one of Swift's New Jersey stops.

Matt LeBlanc, Chris Rock and Sean O'Pry

For Swift's first L.A. show, the Friends alum, comedian and "Blank Space" star were the show's guests.

John Legend

Wearing a gorgeous sparkly gown, Taylor helped Legend perform "All of Me," the love song he wrote about his wife.

Andy Grammer

Honey, she's good! Andy Grammer performed his new hit song when Taylor hit the Windy City.

Jason Derulo

During her Washington, D.C. show, a shirtless Derulo surprised fans with a sexy performance of "Want to Want Me."

The Weeknd

For one of her New Jersey shows, Taylor's special guest brought the house down with the hit song "Can't Feel My Face."

Uzo Aduba

The Orange Is the New Black star joined Swift onstage to duet to her hit "White Horse."

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Ed Sheeran and Future are featured on a Reputation track, so it's possible they'd join the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer on stage.

We know that if Joe Alwyn were to strut on stage one night, our lives would definitely be made. Fingers crossed!