LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — T-Swift fans have already been treated to surprise appearances by singer Mary J. Blige and Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant during the pop star’s opening night of her sold-out tour stint at the Staples Center.
And fans who showed up for her second performance Monday night weren’t disappointed.READ MORE: Man Shot While Walking Dogs In Hollywood, 2 French Bulldogs Stolen
Swift rocked out with none other than Alanis Morissette for a duet of her 1990s hit “You Oughta Know.”READ MORE: 2 People Killed, 3 Critically Hurt In Violent South LA Collision
TV show host and comedian Ellen DeGeneres “outshined” the singer when she stepped on-stage in a bedazzled body suit and tutu that resembled one of the sparkly silver dresses Swift wears during the show.
Haim, Vance Joy and Shawn Mendes are the opening acts on Swift’s “The 1989 World Tour,” which has slated five sold-out shows in Los Angeles.MORE NEWS: At Least 2 Homes Destroyed When Wind-Whipped Fire Rips Through Bloomington Neighborhood
Swift has had more sold-out shows at Staples than any other artist. Bryant surprised Swift on Sunday when he unveiled a banner, hung from the rafters, paying homage to Tay’s new record, and said being on stage with her made him “the coolest dad.”