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In case its relatively surprising arrival on Apple Music hasn't already reminded you, Taylor Swift's 1989 is a pretty stellar album. Swift is currently spreading the pop gospel of said album across the globe, with Friday's stop in East Rutherford, New Jersey proving a cameo-laden affair — including an appearance from fellow Apple Music fan The Weeknd:
Swift brought The Weeknd out for a particularly face-numbing (in the best way) performance of his current single "Can't Feel My Face," proving themselves a fitting pair for the track's mood-centric ponderings.
Of course, Swift rarely goes the minimal route — making New Jersey's Friday night an evening of truly stacked proportions. In addition to the seemingly impromptu "Can't Feel My Face" collaboration, Swift was also joined by previously confirmed Swift Squad members Lena Dunham, Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid, and a slew of others. She even introduced the newest members of the Swift Squad — the world champion U.S. Women's Soccer Team:
Swift Squad Season would appear to be a year-round affair.