Pop singer Taylor Swift joined forces with rapper Nelly and the band HAIM, for a rendition of the 2002 summer hit “Hot in Herre” during her concert at the Scottrade Center arena in St. Louis, Missouri on Sept. 29.
“I LOVED getting to sing The Fix & Hot in Herre with @Nelly_Mo! What a way to end @HAIMtheband’s run on the 1989 Tour,” Swift captioned the above clip, featuring a snippet of her “hot” performance alongside her gal pals and the “Nellyville” reality TV star.
This isn’t the first time Swift has enlisted all-star guests to join her on stage during her 1989 World Tour. In fact, the 25-year-old is known for inviting performers as well as fans on stage during her tour stops. This past Saturday, Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones brought down the house in Nashville, Tennessee, when the duo performed the group’s classic hit “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.”
This is the third time Nelly and the “Wildest Dreams” singer have appeared together onstage: During the singer’s 2013 RED Tour stop in St. Louis, she and Nelly did a duet of his then-new single “Hey Porsche,” and in 2011, the pair performed his “Just a Dream” together during Swift’s Houston concert. It’s safe to say that these two have great chemistry. Maybe there will be an epic collaboration in the near future?