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The Rolling Stones and Taylor Swift Perform Together in Chicago

Taylor Swift joined the Rolling Stones onstage at Chicago’s United Center last night (June 3) to perform ‘As Tears Go By’ — and of course, dance a bit with Mick Jagger.

The Stones legend introduced the song as “one we haven’t done in quite a long time. Actually, it’s almost the first song that Keith (Richards) and I wrote. We didn’t do it at the time, we gave it to someone else, a young lady, to sing. But we’re going to do it now, with a bit of help…”

That assistance turned out to be country-pop sensation Swift, perhaps the most popular star in all of music over the last few years. The 23 year old sauntered in wearing a short black dress and handled the second verse herself. She also joined Jagger for a slightly exaggerated version of a formal dance, as if the two were crashing a ball at some palace. As she shared with her 28 million Twitter followers after the show, the night was clearly special for Swift:

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