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Taylor Swift and Mick Jagger sing Satisfaction in Nashville during 1989 World Tour

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After surprising fans with an on-stage cameo from Steven Tyler during the first of her two Nashville concerts, Taylor Swift welcomed another rock legend to the stage on Saturday night.

Mick Jagger joined Swift in front of the crowd at the Bridgestone Arena, where the two did a duet of the Rolling Stones’ hit “Satisfaction.”

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After the concert, Swift tweeted photos of the two performing together with the caption, “*drops mic*.”

 

Jagger wasn’t the only guest Swift added to her 1989 World Tour roster on Saturday night. She also brought Leona Lewis out on stage to perform the singer’s hit “Bleeding Love.”

 

Watch both performances in the videos above. Swift’s tour heads next to St. Louis, and you can see all her upcoming dates here.

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