Adding three more celebrities to her long-list of guest performers and stage appearances, Taylor Swift pulled out all the stops and brought out Pitbull, Ricky Martin and the Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade, surprising screaming audiences at the Miami stop of her wildly successful 1989 Tour.
"I'm about to bring out somebody whose album I bought when I was 10," Swift announced as she teased the Miami American Airlines Arena crowd. "When he came out, he paved the way for so many incredible Latin artists to cross over to pop and become huge and make amazing music. He's such an inspiring person, I'm so lucky to have him here tonight."
Swift and Ricky Martin then teamed up for a rendition of his 1999 single "Livin' La Vida Loca" which kicked off the party. No party in Miami, however, is complete without Mr. 305 himself, Pitbull. Later, the "Wildest Dreams" singer and "I Know You Want Me" rapper took the stage for a duet on "Give Me Everything," a track the rapper normally shares with Ne-Yo. Swift took over the song's lyrics as she was dressed in a pair of jet black, thigh-high boots with white shorts and of course, a crop top.
"@taylorswift welcome to the 305. Thanks for an historical night. Appreciate the opportunity Congrats on all success. Dale! #pitberry305 #1989worldtour #happybirthday1989," Pitbull captioned an Instagram photo of himself on stage with Swift.
The "Bad Blood" singer continued to complete the triad of guests with the Heat basketball star Dwayne Wade, who come fully equipped with a special gift for the pop singer-a Heat jersey adorned with her last name and the number 13, People notes.
"So, it's official now. You're a part of the Miami Heat team," the basketball star said. The 33-year-old athlete then took to Instagram to post a picture of the two with a caption thanking the singer for having him at her latest concert.
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