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Watch Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez's First-Ever On-Stage Duet

November 23, 2011 (6:52 pm) GMT
Although best friends for years, Swift and Gomez had not had the chance to get up on the same stage until the country star's last stop in her 'Speak Now' tour.
Watch Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez's First-Ever On-Stage Duet

finally got on stage together with on Tuesday, November 22 at the wrap-up show of her "Speak Now" tour. The best friends, who were seated next to each other at recent American Music Awards, sang a duet of Gomez's "Who Says" at Swift's sold-out show at NYC's Madison Square Garden.

"One of my best friends is such an amazing singer and after four years of being best friends we have never stepped on stage together and I think that's such a shame... So it just so happens that Selena is here tonight," Swift said to introduce her duet partner. Gomez later came back on stage wearing Taylor Swift tour T-shirt.

Gomez tweeted after the show, "Performing at Madison Square Garden with my best friend was a highlight.. Congratulations Taylor on Speak Now tour!! Love you."

Swift invited a lot of stars to the "special occasion" including Rock and Roll Hall of Famer who gave their first-ever duet of his classic "Fire and Rain". Taylor also played guitar to Swift's old tune "15". then ascended the stage for a duet with Swift on their hit "Iris".



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