Taylor Swift Surprises Haim Fans With A Guest Appearance At The Band’s London Show

Okay, now maybe tour yourself Taylor?

 

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Fans were in for a treat at girl-band Haim’s O2 Arena gig in London last night after none other than Taylor Swift herself popped in to say hi! 

Arriving on stage in Haim-inspired leather pants and black crop top combo, Taylor launched into a special rendition of the band’s song Gasoline, before wishing concertgoers a “Good evening London”.  

“I heard my girls were playing in London at the O2 and I thought, I’m gonna have to see that!” Taylor told the 20,000-strong crowd as she joined her long-time gal pals on stage. 

@taylorswift Hitting copypaste on your friends’ looks like @haimtheband ♬ Copycat – Children’s Song Factory

Although, Taylor let fans know it had been a while since she’d been on stage, the 32-year-old pop superstar seemed to have no problem getting back into the swing of things, teasing fans with a special mashup performance, encouraging them to “sing the loudest that you’ve sung all night”. 

The “Teardrops On My Guitar” then sent fans into a frenzy with a special remix of her hit Love Story mashed up with Haim’s Gasoline, giving the love song a rock-style twist. 

Swift has a long history with Haim sisters Este, Danielle and Alana. The three girls opened for her on the North American leg of The 1989 World Tour and featured on Taylor’s Evermore track No Body, No Crime. Taylor also featured on an additional version of Gasoline, included in the girl’s Women In Music Pt.III album. 

 

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The girls looked like they were having some fun backstage, with Taylor sharing a TikTok of her new rock-chick look captioned “Hitting copy and paste on your friends’ looks like”. What a girl gang! 

Hopefully, we’ll get to see a lot more of Taylor on stage in the future, but for now, we’ll settle with any glimpse of her we can get! 

Words: Ellen Glynn

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