Taylor Swift makes surprise appearance at Haim’s London O2 show

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Haim delighted fans at their concert in London on Thursday, 22 July, by bringing out a close friend – Taylor Swift.

“This person that I’m about to bring out [is] the most incredible singer, songwriter, producer, f***** amazing person all around…she’s one of our close friends,” Alana Haim said.

Swift provided vocals for Gasoline, and the musicians joined together for a mashup of the Haim hit and Swift’s 2008 song “Love Story.”

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Haim supported Swift on her 1989 tour in North America, and also collaborated on Swift’s song “no body no crime.”

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