Canadian and American pop stars collided over the weekend, in Toronto and Australia.
Saturday night at Toronto’s Rogers Arena, Taylor Swift brought none other than Canadian music legend Bryan Adams onstage for a duet of Bryan’s signature hit “Summer of ’69.”
On Instagram, Taylor posted a video of the two singing together and wrote,”HONESTLY IT WAS JUST SO MUCH FUN…Bryan Adams is so cool!”
She added, “I didn’t even know Bryan was gonna be in town until last night and I asked him completely last minute if he wanted to come sing!! Pretty evident from the videos (um yes I’m posting another one) that I’m FULLY LOSING IT with excitement, and I can’t thank @bryanadams enough.”
Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the Queen of Canadian Pop, Celine Dion, dropped by Katy Perry‘s concert in Melbourne, Australia. Katy posted a photo of the two together backstage, writing, “CELINE DION SHOWED ME HOW TO DO THE FAMOUS [‘MY HEART WILL GO ON’] CHEST SLAP AND I DID IT TO HER WHILE SINGING FIREWORK AND I BECAME A FIREWORK.”
Celine also posted a photo of the two backstage, with the caption, “A ‘California Girl’ and a girl from Quebec meet in Australia! You’re the best Katy, thanks for the amazing show! Love you…”
Taylor’s Reputation tour continues Tuesday in Pittsburgh, while Katy’s Witness tour plays Melbourne again Sunday night. Will the two join each other onstage before their tours are over, to demonstrate that they really have buried the hatchet? Stay tuned.
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