If there is anyone squad to be jealous of, it's Taylor Swift's. Here's a full run-down of everyone that has graced the stages of her 1989 Tour!
Everyone that is everyone has graced one of the stages on Taylor Swifts humungous 1989 tour. I mean really were sort of surprised we havent been invited by now! Kicking off on 5 May 2015 in Tokyo, and ending on 12 December 2015 in Melbourne, the tour consists of 85 dates across 55 cities in Asia, the USA, Canada, Europe and Australia making Taylor potentially one of the busiest women in the industry this year.
None of us can use our busy schedules and lives as an excuse to cancel brunches and nights out with friends anymore, because Taylor has proved that you can mix business, and pleasure, by inviting them all along for what seems to be the ultimate road trip!
Its not as if her tour was lacking fantastic acts already. Aussie singer Vance Joy has been Taylors opening act for most of the tour, with appearances along the way from Shawn Mendes, Ellie Goulding, Rae Morris, James Bay, John Newman and sister-trio HAIM. But of course this would never suffice for the seven-time Grammy winning singer-songwriter who is known for her epic gestures of goodwill and A-list phone book (just look at her Bad Blood music video!).
The crowds at each concert have been treated with surprise appearances and performances from the most random mix of people from supermodels to famous tennis players, to comedians and acting legends, to incredibly duets from the likes of Justin Timberlake, Ed Sheeran, and of course Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay performing Smelly Cat.
With 41 dates left, T-Swift is just over halfway through her mammoth worldwide tour, but we doubt that shes going to be short of celeb pals invading her stage anytime soon. Were particularly hoping her loved up other half Calvin Harris will make an appearance singing Acceptable in the 80s (fitting right?). So heres a quick run-down of everyone that has appeared on stage with T-Swift so far, a.k.a the most enviable squad