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TAY TAY TAKES L.A.

Taylor Swift—currently on her much sought after 1989 Tour—will conclude her five-night stop at Los Angeles' Staples Center tonight.

Last night, Big Machine's pop princess took a ride on the indie side, performing Alternative radio smash "Dreams" with its tunesmith, Capitol's Beck, and indie darling St. Vincent on guitar. Watch below.


Later in the night, she joined John Legend for a rendition of his nearly 6x platinum ballad, "All of Me."

Since the L.A. leg kicked off on Friday, she's welcomed OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder, Orange Is the New Black's Uzo Aduba, Matt LeBlanc, Chris Rock, Mary J. Blige, Natalie Maines, Ellen DeGeneres and Alanis Morissette—along with the aforementioned—to the Staples stage.

Kobe Bryant also appeared on the first night to present Ms. Swift with her very own banner, which commemorates her career's record-setting 16 sold-out shows at the venue; that's the most from any musical artist ever.


Who will join her for tonight's closer? We don't know, but we'll keep squealing and jumping up and down erratically until we find out.

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