Taylor Swift Brings U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, Heidi Klum, The Weeknd and More Onstage during N.J. Concert
Talk about your ultimate #squadgoals: "Bad Blood" singer and country-turned-pop dynamo Taylor Swift is known for making everything she does a party by inviting her (typically famous) friends along for the ride. Friday night's 1989 Tour concert at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. was no different.
During her performance of hit single "Style," Swiftie appropriately invited fashion icon and model Heidi Klum out to strut her stuff across the stage turned runway. (Hey Heidi, is Taylor IN, or is she OUT?) But concertgoers absolutely erupted when the singer surprised the stadium by bringing out the entire U.S women's soccer team fresh off their World Cup Championship win. Waving flags and carrying their trophy—which they let a very excited Swift hold—the team emerged onstage alongside Swift and Klum and sang along to the track.
However, Klum and the soccer team weren't the only special guests of the evening. "We're going to bring the 'Bad Blood' video to life!" Swift screamed before "Bad Blood" video girls Lena Dunham, Hailee Steinfeld, Gigi Hadid, and Lily Aldridge—each dressed as their video characters—took over the stage, girl-gang style. But don't worry, boys—Tay Tay's brand of feminism is gender inclusive, which she expressed by also inviting R&B artist The Weeknd onstage for a duet of his hit, "Can't Feel My Face."
So basically, while you spent your Friday evening watching Netflix and browsing Tumblr in your pajamas, Taylor Swift was busy partying with her massive squad of pop artists, gorgeous models, famous actresses, and champion athletes. No judgements!