Taylor Swift started out as a country singer and on Thursday night she treated music fans to a duet with Kenny Chesney as they performed as part of his Big Revival tour.
The 25-year-old was getting back to her musical roots as she sang for a packed out crowd in Nashville.
While she may have been returning to the home of country, she kept her pop star image very much in tact with a midriff baring crop top and skirt outfit combo.
Country buds! Taylor Swift joined Kenny Chesney on stage as he kicked off his The Big Revival tour in Nashville on Thursday
Taylor looked thrilled to be on stage with the country legend with the 47-year-old even giving her a kiss on the head.
The tickets to Kenny's opening show sold out so fast that he had to add a second date and Taylor's appearance made for a classic night of music.
Both Kenny and Taylor went for their signature looks - he in a straw cowboy hat, jeans and a t-shirt, she in a crop top and short skirt.
He is the star of Old School. Star of the movie about fraternities as "Frank the Tank" but now Will Ferrell is speaking out against fraternities.
Even WILL FERRELL is rethinking the whole Greek system, thanks to that video of Oklahoma University frat kids and their racist chant. And Will was in a frat himself.
He says, quote, "The incident in Oklahoma, that is a real argument for getting rid of the system altogether, in my opinion, even having been through a fraternity.
"Because when you break it down, it really is about creating cliques and clubs and being exclusionary. Fraternities were started as academic societies that were supposed to have a philanthropic arm to them.
"And when it's governed by those kind of rules, then they're still beneficial. But you gotta be careful."
Will was in Delta Tau Delta at USC, but he says they were, quote, "kind of the anti-fraternity fraternity . . . we didn't take it too seriously."
For the first time in 11 years, Shania Twain is hitting the road! The singer announced her Rock This Country Tour on Good Morning America today (March 4).
“Finally, after 11 years, I am going back on tour,” Twain told GMA host Robin Roberts, to cheers from the show’s crew. “It’s been a long time.”
Twain’s Rock This Country Tour kicks off on June 5 in Seattle, Wash. She’ll spend most of June playing across Canada, then head back into the U.S. for more shows. Dates in California, New York, Texas and more states are currently scheduled through the end of August. Canadian actor and country musician Wes Mack will serve as Twain’s opening act in Seattle and Canada, and Gavin DeGraw will take over opener duties after that.
Tickets for all Rock This Country Tour dates go on sale to the general public on March 13, but Twain’s website is offering a pre-sale beginning March 10. A complete list of currently scheduled concerts is below; ticketing details are also available on Twain’s website.
Twain released her Shania: Still the One Live From Vegas CD/DVD on March 3. The album features material from her Las Vegas residency, which wrapped up in December. It’s been 13 years since she last released an album of new material.
Shania has announced two Florida dates so far!
7/15 — Jacksonville, Fla. — Jacksonville Veterans Memorial
7/16 — Miami, Fla. — American Airlines Arena