BY TER STAFF
Taylor Swift has been killing it during her current U.S. leg of her 1989 World Tour. Last weekend Taylor brought the tour back to the States and she invited Nick Jonas, the U.S. Women’s Soccer team and The Weeknd (who performed his hit single ‘I Can’t Feel My Face’) to New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium. Next up were surprise appearances from Jason Derulo and Swift’s bestie, singer Lorde, who flew in to say hi to fans in our nation’s capital. Tonight marked Taylor Swift’s first night (of two) at Chicago’s Soldier Field. With a great cast of surprise guests in the last week, fans could only speculate what Taylor had up her sleeve for Chicago, one of the country’s best music hubs.
Would it be Lady Gaga, who is another marquee name and who happens to spend a lot of time in the Windy City as of late? Maybe someone local, but on a smaller scale, like Chance The Rapper (who seems to make a guest appearance at 50% of the shows in Chicago). Perhaps the Foo Fighter’s Dave Grohl who also has a love for Chi-town? The Chicago Blackhawks and the Stanley Cup? Wilco? Or maybe, just maybe, Taylor Swift would make the very ironic but awesome invitation to Kanye West to join her on stage. Anything is possible, right?
Well after a bunch of speculation, fans tonight were happy as Taylor again delivered. Swift spoiled her fans yet again as tonight Taylor Swift brought out Andy Grammer, as her surprise guest for day one of Chicago’s 1989 Tour shows. Grammer performed his hit single ‘Honey, I’m Good’ for packed stadium. Taylor also brought out ‘Style’ singer Serayah, who appeared in Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ video.
Check out some fan footage and reactions from the concert below.