AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift surprised fans at her concert in Tennessee on Saturday night, August 25 by bringing Tim McGraw and Faith Hill onstage.
The Shake It Off hitmaker was performing at the Nissan Stadium in Nashville on Saturday when she gushed about how much the city meant to her.
"I moved to Nashville when I was 13," Swift told the crowd. "My first memory of this stadium is my mom and I got tickets to CMA Fest, and I remember thinking this was the biggest place to play. It was incomprehensible.
"Years later, I got to play 15 minutes at CMA Fest. I thought that was the best it was going to get. Tonight is my first time headlining this stadium. It's my hometown show, and it means so much to me and family and friends. This crowd is gorgeous."
Swift then asked McGraw and his wife to join her for her song Tim McGraw.
"How do you say thank you to the city of Nashville?" Swift asked. "I came here at 11 years old with a CD of karaoke music and my mom drove me up and down Music Row. I would scamper into record labels and say, 'Please, call me'. This is the city where I learned how to write songs. Every single thing I do, I learned in Nashville."
"When you think Tim McGraw," she added. "I hope you think my favourite song."
Meanwhile, Taylor is enjoying a successful run on her Reputation Stadium Tour, which has become the highest-grossing U.S. trek by a female artist ever. Swift has shattered her own record of $181.5 million (£141.2 million), which she grossed in 2015 during her 1989 World Tour.
Swift also got some support from pal Karlie Kloss at her Nashville concert, amid recent reports suggesting the singer and the model were no longer friends.
Karlie took to her Instagram to share a selfie of the duo backstage and added the caption: "No one puts on a show like @taylorswift. #ReputationTour Nashville was out of this world, I am SO proud of you."