Taylor Swift's 1989 World Tour isn't just one of the hottest concert tickets going right now, it's also the best place to catch celebrity cameos.
At each show, Swift brings all kinds of special guests to join her on stage to thrill the crowd. In past shows that's included Ellen DeGeneres, Lorde, Jason Derulo, the entire U.S. women's soccer team and many more. This week, that included two musicians with strong Dallas ties -- St. Vincent (Lake Highlands grad Annie Clark) and Natalie Maines of Dixie Chicks fame.
On Monday, Swift and Maines performed a duet of the Dixie Chicks hit "Goodbye Earl," and it was everything you could ever hope for. Except for the fact that I can't find a clip with the chorus. (If you find one, send it my way.)
Swift made it clear to the crowd how Maines has influenced her.
"If not for this woman and her band, I would not have known that you could be quirky, be fun, be yourself, be outspoken and brave and real," Rolling Stone quotes her in their show review. "I wouldn't have, when I was nine years old, gotten my first CD. I wouldn't have dreamed the things that I dreamed, and I wouldn't be standing on this stage today."
On Tuesday, St. Vincent joined Swift and Beck for a cover of Beck's single "Dreams."
Swift's 1989 Tour comes to AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Oct. 17. Whom do you think she'll bring on stage?