Taylor Swift
Singer Taylor Swift performs during the BRIT music awards at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London, February 25, 2015. Reuters/Toby Melville

Taylor Swift returned to her roots as she performed another show under her 1989 World Tour in Nashville.

Surprising fans for the third time in Nashville, the singer rocked the stage together with 70-year-old rock legend Mick Jagger. The duo sent the crowd into cheers as they performed a duet of Rolling Stone’s hit single “Satisfaction”, according to Entertainment Weekly .

Swift later took to Twitter and shared photos of her and Mick Jagger performing on-stage together, captioning one with “*drops mic*.” Swift was definitely grateful to perform together with the rock icon, ending her Tweet with “Mick Jagger, Nashville.”

The two music icons were comfortable on stage, with the “Bad Blood” singer wearing a full body jumpsuit in leather with cut outs around the midriff area during her performance with Jagger. She completed the look with a pair of ankle high-black boots. Jagger on the other hand wore a teal leather jacket and tight pants. Even the younger audience was ecstatic as Jagger performed with his trademark verve, Rumor Fix narrated.

Prior to the concert, the two were initially competitively linked with each other as research revealed that Taylor Swift’s acts and ticket sales rivaled those of The Rolling Stones in each of the city they performed at. Swift’s shows landed on the second spot right after the Rolling Stones.

Apart from Jagger, Swift’s Nashville concert also featured a duet with Leona Lewis singing Leona’s hit single, “Bleeding Love”. Mirror described Lewis’ outfit as a classy black dress which was matched with thigh high boots.

Taylor Swift on the other hand wore a white bustier with detail on the top of the edge. She also donned a matching pair of high-waisted shorts, a signature costume for the singer on her 1989 World Tour. She exuded sexiness with her garters used to hold up the top portion of her thigh highs.

Swift is nearing the end of her 1989 World Tour concert series, and still has performances lined up in the U.S. and Canada until October. Swift will then travel to Singapore and China in November, before ending the world tour in Australia on December.

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