LOS ANGELES — For her last Los Angeles concert, Taylor Swift saved the best for last — and there was something for everyone.
For the young ‘uns in the audience, Swift welcomed best friend Selena Gomez on stage with her to perform “Good for You.” It’s the first time Gomez has ever performed the lead single off her upcoming album “Revival,” which drops Oct. 9.
For the 20-somethings in the house, Swift brought out Mr. Justin Timberlake himself. He and T-Swizzle dueted on “Mirrors,” which Timberlake ending the number by bowing down and hailing Swift’s audience.
Finally, for young people’s aunts, uncles and parents in the arena, Swift welcomed what might be her best guest of the entire “1989” run — Lisa Kudrow in character as “Friends” Phoebe Buffay performing “Smelly Cat.” Swift introduces her by saying, “She’s only ever played in coffeehouses before. She’s never played in a big venue like this, so please make her feel welcome.”
And then Phoebe even interrupts Swift’s performance to tell her “you have to really feel the lyrics.” Could it be any more perfect?
Taylor Swift, who already pretty much wins at life, just won again. Sadly, this is her last Los Angeles performance on her “1989” tour, so the celebrity guest stars are probably going to stop, or at least be way less frequent. She next performs Saturday in San Diego before heading back across the country for two months before heading overseas for the final leg of her tour.