The 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer is joined by fellow country superstar to perform the hit song when she brings her Red tour to her hometown of Nashville.
Taylor Swift brought her Red tour to her hometown of Nashville on Thursday night, September 19. Taking the stage at the city's Bridgestone Arena, the 23-year-old country star also brought home a special guest to perform a duet with her.
"You must have known that I wasn't going to show up here without a surprise," Swift, who donned a Grand Ole Opry T-shirt and a pair of red shorts, teased her audience. "Because he's a really, really good one. I think you're really, really gonna like him. Because this is an artist everybody really, really, really likes."
Country star Luke Bryan then walked onto the stage and joined Swift to perform his single, "I Don't Want This Night to End". Both singers sang and jumped energetically to the tune as the crowd cheered loudly.
"Nashville. That show was life changing & you were PERFECT," Swift tweeted after the show. "Thank you to @LukeBryanOnline, who came out and SLAYED. Never going to forget it."
Bryan is not the first guest to visit Swift during her Red tour. Previously, stars like Jennifer Lopez, Sara Bareilles, Tegan and Sara, Cher Lloyd and Ellie Goulding have been invited to perform their respective hits with Swift.