Selena Gomez Joins Taylor Swift On Stage In Stuart Weitzman

Taylor Swift continued her star-studded 1989 tour by performing side by side with best friend Selena Gomez at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday night. The two entertainers wore matching Stuart Weitzman noir ultrastretch Allegs thigh-high boots for Gomez’s first live performance of her hit single, “Good For You.”

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Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift performed “Good For You” in Stuart Weitzman Allegs thigh-high boots.
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Gomez took to Instagram after her performance, posting, “After nearly 8 years of friendship, I just can’t wait to tell our kids we ACTUALLY got to perform in front of thousands of insanely beautiful people together. TWICE! I love you Tay. #bestnightEVER #whatISlife.”

Swift also t brought out two other surprise celebrity guests: Justin Timberlake, for a duet of his hit “Mirrors,” and Lisa Kudrow as her “Friends” character Phoebe Buffay for an acoustic performance of “Smelly Cat.”

Swift is on a roll with her five-date Los Angeles concert series — she broke the Staples Center record for most sold-out shows. The pop star turned things up in L.A., bringing huge stars out to join her on stag, including Kobe Bryant, John Legend, Mary J. Blige, Ryan Tedder, Uzo Aduba, Matt LeBlanc, Chris Rock, model Sean O’Pry and Alanis Morissette.

Swift had even more celebs watching her show from the audience, including Zendaya, Peyton List, Maria Menounos, Lauren Conrad, Kiernan Shipka, Nina Dobrev and Julianne Hough.

And, of course, the celebrities brought their footwear A-games.

The “Bad Blood” singer has been sporting Stuart Weitzman styles for the entire tour. “If every woman had legs like Taylor, we would sell more shoes,” said Weitzman.

Model Andreja Pejic also wore Stuart Weitzman boots on stage in Chicago for her turn joining Swift on stage last month.

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