"When @maryjblige absolutely shut down @STAPLESCenter and played not one, but TWO songs," Swift tweeted. "I love her so much. Unreal."
Just look at those two squeezing each other like the best of friends. No bad blood! No (more) drama! (Not that Taylor had bad blood with Mary, but you get it...)
The night was especially memorable for Mary, who gushed in a post-performance tweet, "That was such an amazing experience performing w/@taylorswift13 at the @STAPLESCenter! Congrats on your historic 1989 Tour!"
Historic is right! The 25-year-old is the first artist to have racked up 16 sold-out shows at the Staples Center, an unprecedented accomplishment that brought a whole slew of celebrities to the stage last night. In addition to Mary, Orange Is the New Black star Uzo Aduba came by -- to sing! Yes, people, she does that too, and she does it damn well!
Aduba duetted with Swift on "White Horse," and OH. MY. GOD. Can we get these two in the studio stat?
"That moment when @UzoAduba comes out and sings 'White Horse' and makes everyone in the arena fall in love with her," Swift tweeted.
"Tonight I sang a duet with @taylorswift13 on her #1989TourLA," Uzo shared in her own tweet. "What a tremendous and humbling honor. #generous #funtimes #WhiteHorse."
It wasn't just the ladies who surprised a sold-out crowd of Swifties, though. Chris Rock, Matt LeBlanc and the (tortured) hottie from the "Blank Space" music video, Sean O'Pry, all showed up. The fellas didn't sing, but they weren't about to let that stop them from getting in on the now-legendary catwalk fun during "Style."