Another day, another celebrity duet for Taylor Swift.
During her Saturday night show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the 25-year-old star brought out not one, but two awesome guests to perform with her.
First, the pop princess sat down for an acoustic performance of her song "White Horse," with Uzo Aduba. The duet was understated but, thanks to Aduba's powerful voice, still packed a punch. The "Orange is the New Black" actress joined Swift on stage once before in July, along with a #squad of supermodels.
TSwift then brought out Mary J. Blige to sing Blige's songs "Doubt" and "Family Affair." She later tweeted about the performance, saying, "When @maryjblige absolutely shut down @STAPLESCenter and played not one, but TWO songs. I love her so much. Unreal."
But of course, two guests weren't enough for Swift, who then brought out Sean O'Pry, Matt Leblanc and Chris Rock, whom she affectionately introduced as "the number-two and number-three male models in the world." The trio of guests strutted their stuff on the now-famous "Style" runway.
We gotta give it to her -- she knows how to put on a show.
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