Taylor Swift Brings Mariska Hargitay, Cara Delevingne On Stage At Philly 1989 Concert WATCH VIDEOS And SEE PHOTOS HERE!
The two stars unexpectedly came on stage at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field stadium as Swift performed “Style,” much like Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt did earlier this month, as Gossip Cop reported at the time. Together they strutted down the runway-shaped stage, much to the delight of the thousands and thousands of people in the crowd. Swift wrote on Instagram afterward, “Couldn’t even contain my happiness because @caradelevingne and @therealmariskahargitay surprised the crowd tonight. #1989TourPhilly.”
Delevingne wrote to Swift on her own Instagram, “I am so proud to call you my friend @taylorswift what an amazing show! You blew my brains as per usual! Keep inspiring the generations to come x #tillweare100.” Like Hadid and Hunt, Delevingne and Hargitay, too, were in Swift’s star-studded “Bad Blood” music video. Swift’s love of the “Law & Order: SVU” star actually goes way back, and the singer named her cat Olivia after her character Olivia Benson.
Hargitay shared her own photos and videos on Saturday, writing on Instagram, “So… about last night. #Unreal #AmazingShow #IncredibleNight #1989WorldTour #ThankYouPhilly #ThankYouTaylor #Gracious #Graceful #ClassAct #YouNeverGoOutOfStyle @taylorswift.” She continued in another post, “How awesome/gorgeous/fun are @taylorswift and @CaraDelevigne… #Justice #Catastrophe #Motherchucker #WeNeverGoOutOfStyle #1989WorldTour #PinchMeImDreaming #Wow #SerenadeOfMyDreams #TaylorMadeSerenade #TaylorMadeMoment #ThankYouTaylorIDontHaveWords.”
And the actress also posted a selfie she took with Delevingne, saying, “Thank you enchanting @CaraDelevigne for finally teaching me the meaning of #EyebrowsOnFleek… you are such a pleasure. Loved meeting you,” she wrote, adding the hashtags, “#LetsDoThisAgainSometime #ForeverBonded #CatwalkSisters #CatwalkCara #CatwalkWithCatastrophe #JusticeMeetsMotherChucker #MadLove #1989WorldTour.”
As if that wasn’t special enough, Delevingne and Hargitay weren’t the only treat Swift had in store for her Philly audience. Echosmith also came out to perform their hit “Cool Kids” with the superstar. Swift has a second show at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday night. As it’s her last U.S. concert before she does a European leg for the rest of June, expect more surprises. In the meantime, check out the pictures and video clips below!