Taylor Swift brought the classics to the stage this weekend at her
Toronto concert when she brought Bryan Adams up to perform
a special rendition of his 1985 classic “Summer of ’69.”
Bryan was in town for his own concert at the Scotiabank Arena the
evening prior, and apparently word got to Swifty. Natrally, she
extended an invite to him to join her onstage at her concert.
“It’s just one of my favorite
songs ever written- it’s not mine, but I was wondering, like, you guys have
been singing so loud all night, but I really wanted to see how loud it could
be, right?” Taylor said to her fans at the concert as
she kicked off her take on “Summer of 69.”
Moments later, Adams hit the
stage — guitar in hand — to
start the second verse.
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I didn’t even know Bryan was gonna be in town until last night and I asked him completely last minute if he wanted to come sing!! Pretty evident from the videos (um yes I’m posting another one) that I’m FULLY LOSING IT with excitement, and I can’t thank @bryanadams enough ✨⭐️💫
Toward the end of the song, Taylor
said, “Toronto, you need to tell Bryan Adams how you feel that he decided
to come and surprise you!”
After a roaring round of applause
from fans in Toronto, the performers finished with a big hug!
Both Taylor and Bryan shared photos on their social media to celebrate the fun surprise.
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