Taylor Swift had another very special guest joining her on stage at London's Wembley Stadium with a performance that went down an absolute treat yesterday (June 23).
Just a night after welcoming Niall Horan on stage for a little rendition of 'Slow Hands', Tay-Tay invited another huge name on stage with her during her Reputation Stadium tour, and welcomed Robbie Williams to Wembley on Saturday night.
Taylor Swift just brought out Robbie Williams to perform Angels. Night made 😭❤️ pic.twitter.com/t8dlsDu94Y- that elle (@ellesmx) June 23, 2018
Taylor Swift ft Robbie Williams at Wembley Stadium just then was everything I never knew I wanted from a gig- Joshua Fox (@joshua_fox) June 23, 2018
Taylor Swift brought out Robbie Williams and now music is completed.- Jake Gallagher (@MatchoftheDave) June 23, 2018
The two performed Robbie's smash hit 'Angels' to the stadium – thankfully without flipping the bird, we think – and unexpectedly made the night of many fans there, and Robbie later followed up the surprise appearance with a Twitter post marking the occasion.
"What an honour to sing with you tonight @taylorswift13 I've got a proper crush," he wrote. "THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU."
Robbie's appearance came a night after Taylor brought her Reputation tour to the capital, and she marked her first night in London on Friday (June 22) by taking the opportunity to invite one of her mates onstage, enter Niall Horan.
Fans attending the packed-out concert managed to capture the moment on their phones, as the two artists performed Horan's song 'Slow Hands' together (and he actually remembered the lyrics this time, too!)
We kind of can't help wonder what Niall's 1D bandmate and Taylor's ex Harry Styles thought of it all, though...
Swift followed the collaboration with an Instagram post, showing the pair practising together during a soundcheck.
Fortunatly, the stellar duet went down a little better than another cover the star recently tried.
The American popstar's live cover of Earth Wind & Fire's 'September' went down like a lead balloon with one of the track's co-writers, Allee Willis.
"I didn't really think she did a horrible job," Willis commented, "I felt it was as lethargic as a drunk turtle dozing under a sunflower after ingesting a bottle of Valium, and I thought it had all the build of a one-storey motel, but, I mean, the girl didn't kill anybody.
"She didn't run over your foot. She just cut a very calm and somewhat boring take of one of the peppiest, happiest, most popular songs in history" she further remarked.
We're pretty sure Swift's not too bothered about the reaction though, as she's probably a little busy celebrating her latest album Reputation selling a whopping 2 million copies.
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