Taylor Swift invited another batch of celebrities on stage during her 1989 show in L.A.
Night two of five of Taylor Swift's 1989 tour at the Staples Center in Los Angeles was another star-studded affair. On Saturday (Aug. 22), Swift invited Mary J. Blige to perform "Doubt" off her documentary The London Sessions, as well as her 2001 hit "Family Affair" from No More Drama.
Blige posted after the gig on Instagram, "Wow!! I had an amazing time with this beautiful young lady. She is so talented and she is the truth. Thank you Taylor I had so much fun with you last night!!"
Wow!! I had an amazing time with this beautiful young lady. She is so talented and she is the truth. Thank you Taylor I had so much fun with you last night!! #Repost @taylorswift with @repostapp. https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/doubt/id919753327?i=919753347 ・・・ "Cause we're celebrating no more drama in our lives..." @therealmaryjblige
Swift also joined forces with Orange is the New Black star Uzo Aduba to duet Swift's 2008 Fearless song "White Horse." Aduba Tweeted after the show, "Tonight I sang a duet with @taylorswift13 on her #1989TourLA. What a tremendous and humbling honor."
— Uzo Aduba (@UzoAduba) August 23, 2015
And for the "Style" section of the show, Swift invited Chris Rock, Matt LeBlanc and model Sean O'Pry to join her on the cat walk, because, we're not sure.