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Taylor Swift Goes Back To Country Roots With Keith Urban Concert Duet — Watch

Sat, October 3, 2015 11:45am EDT by 1 Comment

Y’all, look what we have here! Taylor Swift went back to her country roots with a stunning performance alongside Keith Urban during the Canadian leg of her ‘1989’ world tour on Oct. 2. Click to WATCH!

Yeehaw! Taylor Swift, 25, showed that despite conquering the pop world, she hasn’t forgotten where she started and where she came from after an awesome country duet with Keith Urban, 47, at her Oct. 2 concert in Toronto, Canada. And, thankfully, there’s video for you to relive the performance!

The “Bad Blood” beauty, who originally hails from Nashville, Tenn., wowed audiences singing two songs with the New Zealand singer-songwriter at the downtown Rogers Centre. Keith’s number one hit “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” got everyone really fired up and came complete with some stage pyrotechnics for added effect.

The pair also sang his other hit, “Somebody Like You,” together. The audience went wild and cheered them on from beginning to end. Taylor looked every inch the rock star wearing a figure-hugging leather romper for her latest show.

Earlier in the day, Taylor gave fans a glimpse of what was to come by sharing a snap of her and Keith rehearsing during the sound check.

Taylor will soon be back in the U.S. after strutting her stuff in Canada to commence her 1989 world tour. Fans can expect more star names to join her as she continues to show why she’s the number one pop star in the world at the moment. In fact, her latest tour is said to have grossed almost $130 million in ticket sales. Insane!

During her shows, Taylor has been joined by a host of her “Bad Blood” video co-stars, as well as pals she’s sang duets with, including Selena Gomez, Steven Tyler, Mick JaggerLittle Big Town and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons.

But what do you think of this latest duet, HollywoodLifers? Is it the best of the lot? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

— Jon Boon