Taylor Swift Invites U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Onstage in Concert After Their World Cup Win

Taylor Swift and the U.S. Women's Soccer Team
Taylor Swift rocked out with the World Cup-winning U.S. Women's Soccer Team at her concert in New Jersey on July 10 Larry Busacca/LP5/Getty Images for TAS

From one world stage to another! Fresh off their big victory at the World Cup, the U.S. Women's Soccer Team headed to East Rutherford, N.J., where they lived the dream of millions of young girls all over the globe: joining Taylor Swift onstage in concert.

The "Blank Space" singer, 25, invited the athletes out in the middle of her hit song "Style" on Friday, July 10. They proceeded to rock out, all the while waving an American flag and holding up their World Cup trophy for all to see.

"How would you like for the U.S. Women's Soccer Team to take a bow?" Swift asked the crowd, who screamed in approval. At one point, she grabbed the trophy, kissed it, and raised it in the air.

The megastar later acknowledged the moment on Twitter, sharing several pics of the group onstage. "Got to welcome the U.S. Women's Soccer Team home after their World Cup Victory," she wrote. "I LOVE THEM AND THEY ARE THE NICEST."

Of course, the World Cup champs aren't the first guests to join Swift during her 1989 tour. They weren't even the only ones onstage on Friday night. Supermodel Heidi Klum was featured alongside Swift during the show, too.

Past concerts have also seen cameos by some of her many BFFs, including Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss, Martha Hunt, and Kendall Jenner. On June 27, she was joined onstage by Serena Williams, who won her sixth Wimbledon title on July 11.

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