1989 World Tour Miami: When Taylor gives you everything. Pitbull & Ricky Martin!

(Source: @TaylorNation13)
(Source: @TaylorNation13)

She’ll make you live her crazy life but she’ll take away your pain, Taylor Nation.

You gotta hand it to the Lightning On Her Feet, she went all out for Miami, Florida. The Queen of Sparks brought out Pitbull to sing Give Me Everything and followed that up later with a second musical guest, Ricky Martin, to sing Livin’ La Vida Loca at the American Airlines Arena.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s not into superstition or voodoo dolls but thinks black cats are ok, we’re not going dancing in the rain without an umbrella. The Sparkly Dressed also received Miami Heat player Dwyane Wade who came bearing gifts. He presented Tay Sway with her own personalized jersey. The number was 13 and we know you knew that already.

And as it was just 1989’s anniversary, here’s Taylor Nation’s own homage to the fandom:

It all means we’re just one show away from the end of the American leg of the 1989 World Tour. Hope everyone is Tampa is ready! Everyone’s expecting this one to be off the charts.

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(Sources: @TaylorNation13, @TaylorSwift13)

Happy Birthday 1989: Out of the Woods at the GRAMMY museum

(Source: Taylor Swift via Instagram)
(Source: Taylor Swift via Instagram)

I remember, Taylor Nation.

Here at the Swift Agency, just one of those old people that don’t exist because only teenagers listen to Taylor Swift, we’re in the clear. I think. Ok, wait I got this map upside down. So, yeah. Woods for miles ahead. Who put me in charge of this expedition anyway?

All kidding aside, it’s 1989’s first anniversary and Taylor decided to give us a gift. Nobody tell her that she shouldn’t be doing that. This is Out Of The Woods played in its most bare form, fully acoustic with just a piano at the closing of T’s exhibit at the GRAMMY museum.

Allow me just to say this is awesome.

Watch on YouTube

On other news, T-Swizzle had already won Best US Act for the MTV EMA 2015 before the show on October 25. She won one more as Bad Blood won Best Song. On more relevant news, Wildest Dreams just reached the #1 spot on Mediabase’s pop and hot adult contemporary radio charts, reports Headline Planet. The song is the fifth single from Taylor Swift’s 1989 and the fifth to reach the first place on both radio formats.

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(Sources: GRAMMY Museum via YouTubeMTV EMA 2015Headline Planet)

1989 World Tour Atlanta: Taylor performs with Tove Lo

We are closing in on that last show, Taylor Nation.

The Blonde With The Sparkly 1989 Microphone played the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia this past Saturday, October 24. She brought out surprise guest Tove Lo to sing her hit song Talking Bodies. Also, she once again perform Fifteen as the acoustic song on the b stage. That’s five times in a row based on my list. As you’ve probably noticed, I’m no longer bothering with youtube clips. It’s clips from the official accounts on Twitter from now on.

Here at the Swift Agency, just a guy who’s aware October 31st will be the last concert of the North American leg, we know Singapore, China and Australia can’t wait as their dates are drawing closer each day.

(Source: Taylor Swift via Twitter)
(Source: Taylor Swift via Twitter)

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(Sources: Taylor Swift via Twitter)

1989 World Tour Greensboro: Taylor Swift brings out Miranda Lambert

You only love me for my big sunglasses, Taylor Nation.

(Source: Taylor Nation via Twitter)
(Source: Taylor Nation via Twitter)

 

Yes, that’s a line from Little Red Wagon. The Sparkly Dressed brought out Miranda Lambert to sing her hit song at the Coliseum Complex in Greensboro, North Carolina for the 1989 World Tour. The acoustic song was Fifteen. And again, we rely on the Blonde With The Sparkly 1989 Microphone for video clips that will stay, stay, stay. Here we go!

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(Sources: Taylor Swift via Twitter)

1989 World Tour: Taylor Swift performs in Lexington, Kentucky

Nothing lasts forever, Taylor Nation.

(Source: Taylor Swift via Twitter)
(Source: Taylor Swift via Twitter)

Not even the 1989 World Tour. So if your concert is still coming up… Live it to the fullest. There’s so much to enjoy of the spectacle that doesn’t require a secret guest. Taylor Swift played Rupp Arena on October 20 in Lexington, KY to a sold out crowd. The acoustic song was Fifteen.

You can see more pictures courtesy of Lexington Herald-Leader.

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(Sources: Taylor Swift via TwitterLexington Herald-Leader)