Taylor Swift surprises at Haim concert in London

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Taylor Swift Londra'daki Haim konserinde sürpriz yaptı

Thursday’s sold-out Haim concert at London’s O2 Arena featured a surprise cameo from Taylor Swift (21 July).

The sisters Alana, Este, and Danielle Haim’s American rock band abruptly stopped midway through a performance of their hit song, “Gasoline.”

Alana introduced Swift, 32, saying, “Wait, you guys. We can’t perform in London because we are there without inviting a special guest.

She said, “Because not only is this lady I’m going to introduce the most fantastic singer, songwriter, producer, f***** amazing person overall, she’s also one of our close friends.”

The “Bad Blood” singer said it was “really good [to be back]” despite the fact that she hadn’t “been on stage in a very long time.”

“I knew I had to watch it,” she added, “when I heard my ladies were performing at the O2 in London. And it appears that 20,000 other people had that same opinion.

“So we had an idea. Swift said to the audience during the show, “If we were to do some type of mash-up, we might perhaps maybe get you to shout the loudest you have sung all night. Which is a great job because you have been singing really loudly – wonderful effort.

As promised, Swift and Haim then performed a mash-up of “Gasoline” and Swift’s 2016 solo song “Love Story” to tremendous ovation from the crowd.

As attendees at the O2 were left “screaming” at Swift’s surprise appearance, fan footage of the concert were broadcast on social media.

One user posted the following with a video of the “Gasoline”/”Love Story” mash-up: “HAIM BROUGHT OUT TAYLOR SWIFT!!! I AM YELLING.

Taylor Swift and Haim just took the stage at the O2 with another fan, who tweeted: girlfriend is having a breakdown

One individual said on Twitter, “No one in the Taylor Swift world is ever going to know peace now that she went and spontaneously performed with Haim – like she truly could turn at any place at any moment.

In 2015, Haim served as Swift’s opening act on her 1989 tour. Additionally, the quartet contributed to Swift’s 2020 album evermore, working together on the song “No Body, No Crime.”

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