“*Drops mic*,” a stunned Swift, who wore a tight, all black outfit for the performance, tweeted after the show. This wasn't the first time the pop superstar has stood next to Jagger on the stage. In 2013 she joined the Rolling Stones for a performance in Chicago.
Taylor Swift and Kelsea Ballerini Share Sisterly Love at 1989 Concert in Nashville
For her opening night in Nashville on Friday, Swift brought out Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler for a performance of the group’s hit ballad “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing,” and also welcomed Alison Krauss and rising country singer Kelsea Ballerini to sing “When You Say Nothing at All” and “Love Me Like You Mean It,” respectively.
Jagger wasn’t the only guest act on Saturday. Swift also invited British singer Leona Lewis for a performance of her hit "Burning Love.”
The next stop on Swift’s 1989 tour are back-to-back concerts at St. Louis’ Scottrade Center on Sept. 28-29.