Taylor Swift Joined By Idina Menzel And Alessia Cara At Tampa Concert: Watch

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Taylor Swift threw her final 1989 concert in North America last night (October 31) at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. For the occasion, she brought out two choice surprise guests.

Rising anti-“it” girl Alessia Cara appeared to sing “Here,” the brooding wallflower anthem that became her breakout hit, winning over the likes of Lorde and Gabrielle Union. Taylor’s all-male dance troupe surrounded them with Solo plastic cups on hand to portray the party that Alessia wants so badly to leave, though the 19-year-old kept her cool. “Honestly couldn’t be more impressed by this girl,” Taylor said on social media afterwards.

Then came Idina Menzel. Of course she sang “Let It Go,” the Frozen theme that made her the first musical artist ever to score both a Top 10 hit and a Tony. And because it was Halloween, both she and Taylor dressed accordingly. Like North West, Idina was Frozen‘s princess Elsa. Meanwhile, the 1989 superstar dressed as the film’s friendly snowman Olaf, which comes close but doesn’t quite top that one time she dressed like a Teletubby.

Watch the cameos from Taylor Swift’s 1989 concert below.

Getting to share the stage with @alessiasmusic during ‘Here’. Honestly couldn’t be more impressed by this girl.

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