Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert Perform "Little Red Wagon" Together

Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert Perform "Little Red Wagon" Together. The concert cameos keep on coming! Taylor Swift called upon Miranda Lambert to join her onstage at her latest concert in Greensboro, North Carolina, and the duo performed Lambert's big hit "Little Red Wagon" off her 2014 album Platinum. The "Wildest Dreams" crooner shared clips and pictures of their duet on her Instagram Wednesday evening, giving fans who couldn't attend the concert an inside look at the powerhouse performance. The first clip shows Lambert taking the stage with Swift joining her soon after. "YOU CAN'T RIDE IN MY LITTLE RED WAGON," the 25-year-old singer captioned her video. Her second video shows the stars rocking out together, front and center. "Oooooh Ahhhhhhh," Swift captioned it. The "Style" singer also shared a black-and-white photo of their duet, where Blake Shelton's ex-wife is seen wearing a 1989 shirt and walking alongside the pop star. "'And you're just trying to slow this rolling stone but I'm onto you babe....' @mirandalambert," she wrote. Lambert is just the latest A-list star to appear onstage alongside Calvin Harris' girlfriend. Other celebs who have performed or walked out on stage include Ellie Goulding, Selena Gomez, Julia Roberts, Justin Timberlake and many, many more. It's not surprising that Swift is able to reel in so many high-profile people for her tour because her friend group alone is chock full of them! She opened up to Vogue Australia's November issue about her friendships and revealed how her group grew leaps and bounds. "A lot of the time I'll reach out to people to tell them they're great and a friendship will come out of them," she shared. "Ella and I -- Lorde -- we met on our own because her album came out and I sent her flowers and told her it was great, and now she's one of my best friends." She continued, "My friendship group is one of my favorite things about my life right now. Our friends really have each other's back. It's the first time in my life that I've had anything strong like that in the friendship department." (Eonline)


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