Taylor Swift's Guest Stars in Nashville: Jagger and Tyler
Taylor Swift's second show in Nashville Saturday night was just as star-packed as her show on Friday night.
On Friday, she sang I Dont Want To Miss A Thing with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler.
Saturday, it was Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.
Taylor and Jagger teamed up to perform the Stones' signature tune "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." It wasn't the first time Taylor and Mick had duetted, though: back in June of 2013, she joined the Stones onstage at Chicago's United Center to perform their classic "As Tears Go By."
After the performance Saturday night, Taylor tweeted a photo of herself onstage with Jagger, along with the caption "*drops mic*" -- meaning, "How do you follow that?"
Taylor and British singer Leona Lewis also teamed up Saturday night to perform Leona's smash hit "Bleeding Love." Of note: "Bleeding Love" was co-written by OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder, who also worked on Taylor's 1989 album.
In addition to Tyler, on Friday night, Taylor sang with one-time Robert Plant collaborator Alison Krauss and rising country star Kelsea Ballerini.