August 24, 2013 17:50

Ellie Goulding joins Taylor Swift onstage in Los Angeles - watch

The duo duetted on Goulding's hit 'Anything Could Happen' at LA's Staples Center last night (August 23)

Taylor Swift brought out Ellie Goulding to perform the British singer's hit 'Anything Could Happen' with her at LA's Staples Center last night (August 23).

Swift teased the audience by telling them: "We have an incredible, insanely talented, incredibly cool artist about to come out on stage to sing for you. She's not from around here. She's actually from the UK..."

Goulding then appeared atop a staircase at the back of the stage and the pair traded verses on 'Anything Could Happen', a UK Top 5 hit for Goulding last year (2012). Press 'play' above to watch fan-shot footage of their duet.

Goulding, currently Number One in the UK with new single 'Burn', is the latest in a string of special guests to have joined Swift on stage during her 'Red' tour. She brought out Tegan and Sara earlier this week and Ed Sheeran, Cher Lloyd and Carly Simon have all performed duets with her recently.

Meanwhile, Swift has revealed that she chipped her tooth during a live show last month after "uppercutting" herself in the mouth. The singer was performing live in Pittsburgh on July 6 when she accidentally crashed the microphone into her mouth during a rendition of her hit single 'I Knew You Were Trouble'.

A competition offering the chance to have a picture taken with Taylor Swift backstage at one of her concerts was cancelled recently because users on online communities 4chan and Reddit conspired to ensure a "creepy old guy" named Charles would win.

Read More On This Artist

More News
Karen O: 'The girl group sound shaped my melodic sensibility'
ZZ Top cancel tour due to bass player's tourbus accident
Zola Jesus takes to the forest in 'Dangerous Days' video - watch
Skrillex, Diplo and Kiesza share live version of 'Take U There' - listen
Suede to release 20th anniversary 'Dog Man Star' boxset
Young Jeezy pleads not guilty to possessing illegal assault weapon
The Black Keys' Patrick Carney records theme tune to animated horse comedy starring Aaron Paul
The Weeknd reveals slow-mo video for 'King Of The Fall' – watch
Circa Waves announce new single 'So Long' – listen
Woman killed in bus crash at Burning Man festival
Aphex Twin announces international listening parties for new album 'Syro'
Miley Cyrus' homeless VMA guest hands himself in to police
Flying Lotus contemplating Kasabian's offer for collaboration: 'I've never heard...
Bristol Fleece management deny claims they're encouraging a boycott of Fat White Family
James Murphy to turn data from US Open tennis tournament into 400 hours of new music
David Lynch reveals he turned down directing video for Kanye West due to lack of ideas
Robert Plant criticises Spotify sound quality
Beyoncé's dad says Jay Z and Solange fight was staged to boost sales
New trailer released for 'Led Zeppelin IV' features rare version of 'Black Dog'
Jake Bugg says next album could take five months – or five years
American album sales hit lowest weekly total since records began
John Lennon's killer Mark David Chapman: 'I am sorry for being such an idiot'

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Featured Videos
Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Most Read News
Popular This Week
Inside NME.COM
On NME.COM Today