Taylor Swift Invites Niall Horan for Surprise Performance at London Show
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The former country singer and the One Direction member perform his song 'Slow Hands' at Wembley Stadium.

AceShowbiz - London fans attending Taylor Swift's concert might have expected a surprise guest, but they didn't know Niall Horan would hit the stage with the songstress. The One Direction member joined her onstage to perform his song "Slow Hands" at Wembley Stadium on Friday, June 22.

Taylor teased fans by saying her special guest had "played Wembley a bunch of times before." Fans were clueless to who it could be given the fact that Ed Sheeran was in Cardiff for his own show. Introducing the Irish heartthrob, she said, "When you are first starting out in something you want to learn from somebody who has done it before. London, would you be excited if I told you that Niall Horan is here."

Fans obviously freaked out after Niall walked out to stage, with many calling the concert that night "the best show." In a fan-captured clip, the two musicians were seen walking around the stage while singing the song. "Slow, slow hands/ Like sweat drippin' down our dirty laundry/ No, no chance," they sang. "That I'm leavin' here without you on me."

Taylor took to Instagram to share some photos of her and Niall having fun during rehearsals. "Soundcheck at Wembley Stadium with this guy @niallhoran THANK YOU for surprising the crowd tonight!!!" she captioned the snaps.

Niall is the latest surprise guest at Taylor's record-breaking "Reputation" tour. She previously brought Troye Sivan, Shawn Mendes and best friend Selena Gomez to her shows. While Troye delivered a rendition of "My, My, My", the Canadian singer belted out "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back". Selena, meanwhile, performed "Hands to Myself".

Taylor kicked off "Reputation" tour on May 8 in Glendale Arizona. She is set to wrap up the tour on November 21 in Tokyo, Japan. Charli XCX and Camila Cabello serve as the supporting acts for the trek.

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