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Celebrities come to Taylor Swift’s shows in London

Celebrities come to Taylor Swift’s shows in London

The singer’s three-day stint at Wembley Stadium attracted famous fans, including an appearance on stage by boyfriend Travis Kelce.

Taylor Swift invited several surprise guests on stage to perform over the weekend in London, but her Eras Tour at Wembley Stadium also brought a host of famous fans, including Sir Paul McCartney, Tom Cruise, Prince William and more.

On Sunday, fans captured footage of McCartney entering the VIP tent and also dancing with the audience as Swift performed “But Daddy I Love Him.” Peter Gabriel and Jon Bon Jovi also reportedly attended the set.

Meanwhile, on Saturday, Tom Cruise, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Travis Kelce, Greta Gerwig, and more were seen dancing to “Shake It Off.”

Swift began her three-night stint in London on Friday, which Prince William attended alongside Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Swift posed for a selfie with the royals in attendance, and also wished Prince William a happy birthday (he celebrated his 42nd birthday on June 21).

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Aside from seeing the VIPs on the field, Swift also invited some surprise guests to perform with her. Paramore’s Hayley Williams joined Swift to perform Speak Now (Taylor Version)“Castle Collapse” on Saturday. On Sunday, Swift and Gracie Abrams teamed up for the live premiere of their collaboration “Us,” and Swift’s boyfriend Travis Kelce also made a cameo during the vaudeville-style intro to “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart.”

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Swift recently announced that she will be wrapping up her Eras Forever Tour at the end of 2024, but before that, she has a series of dates where more celebrities will likely appear along with introducing additional surprise collaborations. Next weekend, she will head to Dublin, Ireland. The European and UK tour continues until August, before the tour reaches Canada for several shows beginning in November, ending on December 8 at BC Place in Vancouver.