Idina Menzel and Taylor Swift sing ‘Let It Go’ on last stop of 1989 US Tour


Last night (31st October) was the final night of Taylor Swift’s North American stretch of her 1989 world tour in Tampa, Florida. And she did not disappoint!

Swift surprised fans by performing ‘Style’ as Olaf the snowman from Disney’s Frozen alongside her reindeer dancers. Addressing the costumes, Swift said to the Florida crowd: ‘I don’t know if you noticed but we have a Frozen theme going on here. If only Idina Menzel was here…’

Swift went on to welcome Menzel – the voice of Queen Elsa – to the stage to join her in a rendition of the film’s mega-hit ‘Let It Go’. At one point in the song, the duo stripped off their Frozen inspired costumes and continued to sing while strutting the runway.

Menzel was the last surprise guest on Swift’s US tour. Previous surprise guests have included Justin Timberlake, Mick Jagger, Steven Tyler, Alanis Morrissette and Ellie Goulding. The next stop on Swift’s world tour will be in Singapore on 7th November. 

Watch a clip that Menzel tweeted following her performance with Swift below.


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