Taylor Swift's girl-squad just got a whole lot bigger after she invited Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines, Ellen DeGeneres and Alanis Morissette to join her on stage during her third show in Los Angeles as part of her extensive 1989 world tour.
She shared vocal duties with Maines on "Goodbye Earl" which was released in 2000 (yes, 15 years ago!) before "Ironic" 90's sensation Alanis Morissette and Swift delivered a stunning rendition of "You Oughta Know."
Even after such a fun performance, Swift wasn't finished delivering surprises to the crowd as, dressed in a sparkly silver outfit, Ellen DeGeneres got in on the entertainment helping out on "Style."
After the show, Swift took to Twitter to share with fans her thoughts on the hugely successful night: