Mick Jagger and Co. will have the country-pop superstar as special guest performer in their concert tonight.
Taylor Swift becomes the latest celebrity to join the list of top acts who have appeared on the The Rolling Stones' "50 & Counting" North American tour, which include Carrie Underwood, Gwen Stefani, Tom Waits and Katy Perry. The 23-year-old entertainer will be the band's special guest tonight at the United Center, their third and final show in Chicago.
"Tonight's special guest will be â�ª@taylorswift13!" the Stones tweeted the good news. However, that's all the band had revealed, withholding which song Swift and band frontman Mick Jagger would duet on, keeping some suspense for the forthcoming performance, with the usually Twitter-friendly Swift uncharacteristically quiet on her guest appearance on the Stones concert.
Swift has likewise had guest performers on her own concerts, like when she brought out Train's frontman Pat Monahan as her special surprise guest at her third sold-out concert in Newark, New Jersey back in April. In her "Speak Now" tour, the "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer performed with Justin Bieber, Flo Rida and James Taylor.
After their Chicago concert, the Rolling Stones will next perform one show each in Toronto and Montreal in Canada and twice in Boston and Philadelphia, before wrapping up the North America leg of their tour in Washington D.C. by the end of June. They will kick off July with two shows at London's Hyde Park. Swift, on the other hand, will perform in her "Red" tour until August, which culminates with a string of three shows at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.