1989 World Tour LA: You Oughta Know. Goodbye Earl. All Of Me. Dreams. Mirrors. Good For You.
And Smelly Cat of course, Taylor Nation.
Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s now recovering from his vacation, we wanted to portray the last three nights of the 1989 World Tour in Los Angeles in music and song more than personality. But just so you know (and you oughta know…) the Blonde With The Sparkly 1989 Microphone had quite a number of performers and personalities at her last shows.
Alanis Morissette came out to sing You Oughta Know. Natalie Maines from the Dixie Chicks, the country trio that was one of the huge inspirations for Taylor when she started, performed Goodbye Earl with her. John Legend took command of the piano to perform All Of Me. The Enchantress also bring out Beck and St. Vincent for a cover of Dreams. She also performed Mirrors with Justin Timberlake and finally ended singing Good For You with Selena Gomez.
She also had a comedic moments with Ellen DeGeneres coming out during Style and Lisa Kudrow in full Phoebe Buffay mode to play Smelly Cat. Yeah, “Phoebe” even stopped her mid song to correct her the same way that in Friends (yeah that was part of the act too).
On other news, Wildest Dreams has been announced to premiere on the VMA pre-show on Sunday, August 30 at 8/7c on MTV. Taylor Swift has been announced to appear during the show. I kinda wish she’d skip it, but that’s me being selfish and hoping Taylor would skip any show that relies on shock and scandal. Guess that can’t be helped. She knows what she’s doing.
New page in the Tours section! You can now check out a full listing of The 1989 World Tour: The Surprise Guests and Secret Songs. Because apparently I just like to make more work for myself and less sleep.
Coming up in the Calendar!
- August 29: The 1989 World Tour – San Diego, CA – PETCO Park.
- August 30: 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. Wildest Dreams premieres during the pre-show at 8/7c. Taylor Swift will be in attendance at the show that starts at 9/8c on MTV.
- September 4: The 1989 World Tour – Salt Lake City, UT – EnergySolutions Arena.
- September 5: The 1989 World Tour – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center.
- September 6: The 1989 World Tour – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center.
- September 9: The 1989 World Tour – Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park.