The country/pop singer is performing 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' when a male fan storms the stage to give her a note.
Taylor Swift had an uninvited guest when she kicked off the U.K. leg of her "Red" tour at London's O2 Arena on Saturday, February 1. The country/pop star almost finished singing her song "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" when a male fan unexpectedly stormed the stage.
He followed Swift and handed her a note. Swift did look surprised when she saw the unknown man behind her, but she was all smiles when receiving the note. She continued her performance as the man was escorted off the stage by security.
Swift is currently busy with her European tour, which was launched in supports of her Grammy-nominated album "Red". Swift wrapped up the North American leg of the tour late last year.
Before being interrupted by the fan, Swift excited the crowd when she brought out her collaborator and pal Ed Sheeran. The British redhead joined Swift for a live performance of his hit single "Lego House".
After her first show, Swift shared her excitement on Twitter. She wrote, "First night in London and @edsheeran came out to surprise the crowd with 'Lego House'. Earth-shattering screams ensued. What a lad. #redtour."
For the next show, which also took place at O2 Arena, Swift brought out Sam Smith to perform "Money on My Mind". "Tonight at the O2, @samsmithworld sang my new favorite song 'Money on My Mind' and smashed it! You need this song/artist in your life!" Swift later tweeted.
A Fan Interrupts Taylor Swift's Performance:
Taylor Swift Performs "Lego House" With Ed Sheeran:
Taylor Swift Performs "Money on My Mind" With Sam Smith: