The live team-up took place in St. Louis, Missouri on Tuesday night (September 29)
Taylor Swift teamed up with rapper Nelly in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri on Tuesday night (September 29).
The pop star stopped off in the city as part of her ‘1989’ world tour, inviting both Nelly and Haim onstage during the show to perform the rapper’s 2002 hit ‘Hot In Herre’.
Swift later took to Twitter to describe the team-up as “the highlight of [my] friendship thus far” with Haim.
Watch footage below.
Swift also invited another special guest onstage over the weekend: Mick Jagger.
While performing in Nashville on her ‘1989’ world tour on Saturday (September 26), Swift was joined by The Rolling Stones frontman for a rendition of his band’s 1965 hit ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’.
The two were both clad in leather, strutting the length of the stage in true Stones style, before being joined by one of Swift’s guitarists, who played a solo.