Miranda Lambert Brings Down the House in Surprise Taylor Swift Tour Appearance

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Taylor Swift went back to her country roots on Wednesday night, bringing out Miranda Lambert as her surprise guest on the 1989 World Tour stop in Greensboro, North Carolina.

"Make some noise, guys, ‘cause Miranda Lambert is here!" Swift announced to the crowd, who promptly lost their minds.

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The pair brought the house down with a rendition of Lambert’s sassy hit "Little Red Wagon."

Swift, who has also welcomed country stars like Sam Hunt, Dierks Bentley, and The Band Perry throughout her 1989 World Tour, took to social media after the show to share clips and pics of the two performing together.

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"This is a video of @mirandalambert sitting on a throne of men at #1989TourGreensboro,"  Swift wrote on a clip of the "Little Red Wagon" intro, adding several (appropriate) fire emoji.

Swift and Lambert have been fans of each other for years. Lambert even posted an Instagram of her own “squad” lip-syncing to "Bad Blood" back in September. Check out the video below for more.

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