Taylor Swift performed ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction)’ with the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger and ‘Bleeding Love’ with Leona Lewis in her 1989 concert in Nashville and you can see the video and photos that are going viral. And yes, no wonder, the pop music superstar continues to surprise with her stellar lineup of guest artists.

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Yes, we can say that when we think we’ve been blown away, we’re blown away all over again by this stellar surprise lineup that’s become a mainstay of her 1989 World Tour. For those present at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville she did not disappoint.

Yes, we’ve seen everyone from Alanis Morissette to Ellen DeGeneres, and this time around, she brought out an icon of rock and roll and gave him a laudatory introduction, saying, “He’s one of the greatest entertainers of all time. This person has been knighted for his achievements and contributions to music. The person I’m about to bring onstage has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with his band the Rolling Stones. My friend Mick Jagger is here!”

Needless to say the audience went wild — which is an understatement, of course — as you can see in the video below. And the unlikely duo began to sing the iconic Rolling Stones’ hit “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” Yes, it was quite a spirited performance and the crowd was not disappointed and later, neither was social media.

And if that weren’t enough — and of course where Taylor Swift 1989 concerts are concerned, enough is never enough! — she also brought out British music superstar Leona Lewis and the two sang a duet of “Bleeding Love,” her international smash hit — the biggest song of 2007 and well on its way to permanent iconic stature. Yes, we can imagine that in 2057 singers will still be covering the song, with digital enhancement we can’t begin to imagine. The two stars Tweeted each other with superlatives, as you can see below.

See the photo and video highlights of Taylor Swift performing with Mick Jagger and with Leona Lewis below!

Mick. Jagger. Nashville.

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