The 58-year-old crooner joined Swift on-stage for a riveting duet performance of his 1985 smash "Summer of '69" for a crowd of more than 40,000 Swifters as part of the songbird's last two shows at Rogers Centre.
“It’s just one of my favorite songs ever written," Swift told the crowd as she strummed the opening chords of Adam's hit song. "It’s not one of mine, but I was wondering, like, you guys have been singing so loud all night, but I really wanted to see how loud it could be, right?”
Inviting fans to chant along with her, Swift then ushered the Canadian crooner to the stage when he appeared through a trap door with his guitar to pick up on the second verse before the pair launched into a duet. "Toronto, you need to tell Bryan Adams how you feel that he decided to come and surprise you!” Swift shouted to her rollicking fans, asking them to throw their hands in the air before closing her set with Adams with a hug.
Watch Taylor and Bryan sing "Summer of '69" below:
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