Taylor Swift Brings Out Fetty Wap To Sing “Trap Queen” In Seattle: Watch

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Taylor Swift surprised Seattle fans with the guests she brought out for her August 8 concert at CenturyLink Field.

Swift ends every 1989 World Tour show with “Style.” Typically, this is when model friends of hers like Gigi Hadid and Karlie Kloss walk the runway, meet Swift at the end and pose for photos, beaming with joy. This time, though, Swift brought out Ciara and her boyfriend, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. The couple seemed unsure of exactly what to do next: Should they keep waving? Is Swift going to talk to them, or what? It’s not as if Wilson brought a championship trophy that she could hold like it was hers.

What was even more surreal, though, was  the “Bad Blood” singer brought out Fetty Wap. This makes sense on paper: Throughout this tour, Swift has brought out the rising acts behind the biggest pop hits as of late. “Trap Queen” was the second hottest single in the country. Yet it is surreal to hear the clean-cut Swift sing, “I be in the kitchen cooking pies with my baby, yaa-aahh,” even more so than when she recited the words to Kendrick Lamar‘s “Backseat Freestyle.” What does she know about trap rap, anyway? Is she, like Fetty, Gucci Mane fan?

Watch both highlights from Taylor Swift’s Seattle concert below.

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