Thursday, November 26, 2015

Watch Taylor Swift perform 'I Don't Want This Night to End' with Luke Bryan

Watch Luke Bryan crash Taylor Swift's party. In Nashville, where else?

Watch Taylor Swift perform 'I Don't Want This Night to End' with Luke Bryan


Now this sounds like our Kind of Night

Two of country music's biggest stars teamed up for a surprise duet in Nashville's Bridgestone Arena Thursday night.

Taylor Swift, in the first of her three sold-out shows, brought Luke Bryan on stage to perform his hit single, "I Don't Want This Night to End."

"Luke Bryan flew across the country to spend his only day off to surprise you," Swift said to 14,000 screaming fans.

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This isn't Swift's first time bringing a big singer out on stage during her Red tour: Sara Bareilles, Ed Sheeran and Jennifer Lopez have all joined the 23-year-old for surprise appearances.

The singer tweeted after her show, "Nashville. That show was life changing & you were PERFECT," she shared. "Thank you to @LukeBryanOnline, who came out and SLAYED. Never going to forget it."

Watch T. Swift harmonize like a champ and jump on stage alongside the hunky country crooner. Clearly, she's still unwinding from the performance and hinting at additional surprises for Nashville fans after tweeting the following Friday afternoon.

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