Taylor Swift and Kelsea Ballerini Share Sisterly Love at 1989 Concert in Nashville

Taylor Swift and Kelsea Ballerini perform in Nashville on Sept. 25.

Taylor Swift has found an honorary little sister in rising country singer Kelsea Ballerini.

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"I wish she was my sister,” Ballerini, 22, announced before performing her debut hit single “Love Me Like You Mean It” with Swift at her 1989 concert in Nashville on Saturday, Sept. 25.

After the show Swift, who is three years older than Ballerini, shared her feelings of sisterly love with Ballerini. “Got to sing with my little sis @KelseaBallerini, tonight and she was charming and fantastic!!,” the superstar Tweeted.

Performing alongside with Swift in front of thousands of concert-goers isn’t a memory Ballerini will soon forget. “One of the most surreal and memorable moments of my life. I adore you, @taylorswift13,” the singer wrote on Twitter.

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Swift’s 1989 Nashville tour stop on Sept. 25, the first of two shows, also featured appearances by Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and Alison Krauss.


I always wondered what this felt like.

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