It’s nice to have a friend, and Taylor Swift has plenty of famous pals that have been supporting her on her massive The Eras tour, which kicked off on March 17 in Glendale, Ariz.
Besides friends like HAIM, Laura Dern, Emma Stone and Shania Twain watching from the crowd and singing along to every word, Swift also surprised fans with onstage appearances. Despite telling fans during night one at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium that “we don’t have guests at this show,” the pop superstar invited the Mumford & Sons frontman for her debut live performance of “Cowboy Like Me,” from Swift’s chart-topping 2020 album, Evermore.
See below for all the celebrities who have made appearances at Swift’s The Eras tour stops, either in the audience or on stage, which we’ll be updating as the 12-time Grammy winner makes her way across the continent.
Swift’s “No Body, No Crime” collaborators, “Bejeweled” music video co-stars and besties HAIM were one of the first celebs spotted at The Eras tour, jamming along to the superstar’s many hits and dancing the night away on opening night.
See them via a video shared by People here. The sibling trio is also set to open for Swift later in the tour.
The La La Land actress was just as much of a Swiftie as the rest of the Glendale crowd when she was spotted belting her heart out to the Fearless hit, “Love Story.”
The Mumford and Sons frontman joined his longtime friend Swift onstage to perform Evermore‘s “Cowboy Like Me” in Las Vegas.
“Last night in Vegas Marcus Mumford showed up and surprised the crowd with ‘Cowboy Like Me’ so like [mind blown emojis],” Swift captioned a photo of the moment on Instagram. See the post here.
Chloë Grace Moretz
Like Stone, Moretz was loving the “Love Story” part of the show in Las Vegas.
The Harry Potter star was seen having the time of her life with Este Haim, dancing during the Vegas tour stop.
“I kinda know the lyrics,” the DJ wrote on his Instagram Stories while dancing along to “Anti-Hero” in Las Vegas. He also confirmed that he’s a “motherf—ing Swiftie now.”
Shania Twain is all about the girl power, and the “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” superstar had the time of her life dancing to the 1989 single “Blank Space” in Vegas. “What a show,” she wrote on Instagram.
After taking her family to opening night of The Eras tour, Swift’s “Bejeweled” co-star took to Instagram to share a snap smiling with the superstar. “Celebrating our amazing buddy’s first show of tour. Extraordinary. Found family,” she captioned the post, which you can see here.
Yes, yet another Emma was at The Eras’ Vegas stop, as she was spotted taking videos and dancing with sunglasses on to the tune of “Style.”
Another “Blank Space” fan is Ellen Pompeo’s daughter Sienna, who starred in her mother’s Instagram Stories singing along to the track in Las Vegas.
Swift’s longtime friend showed up for her at the April 1 show in Arlington, Texas. Selena and her little sister Gracie each dressed up as a Taylor Swift era — Folklore and Speak Now, respectively — and Gomez was spotted screaming along to “Cruel Summer.”
Swift’s prolific producer pal Antonoff also made it to see the star in Arlington on April 1. “holy shit,” he captioned an Instagram Stories video taken during the emotional stage production of “August,” a Folklore favorite that he co-wrote and co-produced. Swift also took a special request from Antonoff that night: “Death By a Thousand Cuts,” which was one of the surprise songs on her set list.
Former Arizona Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt took to Instagram to rave about his experience at opening night of The Eras tour. “So much respect @taylorswift,” he captioned a video sharing his thoughts about the concert. “When your fans pay for a ticket, they are getting their money’s worth and some.”
“We were all so in the moment that we didn’t take many pictures together and I didn’t even take that many videos,” the former race car driver wrote on Instagram. “@taylorswift sang 44 songs and it was the most amazing concert I have ever seen. Swiftie for life.”
Samara Weaving was also in attendance on opening night in Glendale, Ariz., and the Scream VI actress took her Instagram Stories to share a few moments from the crowd.
The model took her social media game at The Eras concert to the next level, and actually livestreamed the show on her Instagram account.
It was the ultimate crossover when Hawke was spotted chatting with Selena Gomez at the Arlington, Texas, tour stop.
Aaron Dessner enjoyed the first of Swift’s three Tampa concerts from the audience, and then joined her on the stage two nights in a row for the live debut of two songs. On April 14, they performed “The Great War” together. On April 15, they had a special moment at the piano for “Mad Woman.”
Billy Joel and his family seemed to have a blast seeing Swift live. “Rockin’ into our new ‘era’ thank you @Taylorswift we loved the show!” he wrote on Instagram, where he shared photos from the concert and a video clip of his young daughters dancing around to “…Ready for It?”
Grammy Award-winning director Joseph Kahn happily checked in via Instagram Stories from a VIP tent at the April 21 Eras Tour stop in Houston. After the show he wrote, “Irrespective of our friendship, this is my honest opinion: @taylorswift is putting on the show of a lifetime with the Eras Tour. It’s as big, bold, and artistic as any of the great pop stars of history. It’s fueled by her imagination and her soul. It’s stunning and beautiful.” Kahn worked on a number of music videos with Swift: “Blank Space,” “Bad Blood,” “Wildest Dreams,” “Out of the Woods,” “Look What You Made Me Do,” “…Ready for It?”, “End Game” and “Delicate.”
Earlier in the week, rumors surfaced that the The 1975 frontman and pop superstar are “massively proud and excited about this relationship,” according to a source cited by The Sun. The report followed news of Swift’s split from her longtime boyfriend Joe Alwyn in early April.
At the show, during her performance of “Cardigan,” fans were quick to notice Swift mouthing the same words to that Healy was filmed saying before The 1975’s performance of “About You” in Manila on May 3.
“This one is about you. You know who you are. I love you,” they both mouthed to the crowd on the separate occasions.
After sharing some photo memories with Swift from tours past via an Instagram Story earlier in the day, the Law & Order star was spotted on the floor at Nissan Stadium in Nashville at the May 6 show of The Eras Tour.
“What a night to remember!” Witherspoon gushed on Instagram after Swift’s May 6 concert in Nashville. “@taylorswift in front of 70,000 incredible fans.”
“The stellar song choices, inspired choreography, other-worldly art design … an incredible night to dance, sing and feel so much JOY .. thank you @taylorswift and the whole ERAS tour team for shining so bright tonight.”
Witherspoon shared a clip from the Midnights era of the show, with Swift performing “Bejeweled.”
Sabrina Carpenter was overcome with emotion during Swift’s concert at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on May 12. The singer and actress took to her Instagram Story to share a tearful moment while watching the show. “don’t hmu,” Carpenter captioned the clip. “unless you are HER,” she added to a follow-up post of Swift performing.
Former The Vampire Diaries star Candice King was among the Swifties who attended the rain-delayed show in Nashville on May 7. “A Four hour weather delay (and every canned cocktail we brought in our to go cooler… and then maybe some of the canned cocktails our driver surprised us with) later… and the show went on!” the actress captioned a carousel of photos and videos on her Instagram account. “So much running, so much dancing, and even more singing all in the warm spring midnight rain.”
Swift’s longtime friend Blake Lively was in attendance with her daughters James, 8, and Inez, 6, during the singer’s May 12 concert at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field.
During the show, Swift gave a sweet shout-out to the two youngsters while performing her Red track “All Too Well.” “Hi James, hi Nezzy!” the superstar appeared to mouth from the stage.
After the concert, Swift was seen exiting the stage with Lively and her children. In a fan-captured video, the smiling songstress was seen holding hands with James and waving to fans, while Lively held Inez.
The Girls TV series creator was in attendance during Swift’s second night at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on May 13. In honor of Dunham’s 37th birthday, Swift performed Fearless deep cut “Forever & Always” during the surprise song portion of her set.
“This is a request from my friend Lena. It’s her birthday today, so I’m absolutely going to grand that request and also wish her a happy birthday,” Swift told the sold-out crowd. “She wanted to hear — and she’s here tonight, that’s also important. I’m not just doing this to send to her later. She wanted to hear ‘Forever & Always.’”
It was quite a crowd that surrounded Jennifer Lawrence once she was spotted at the VIP tent at Philadelphia’s Sunday night (May 14) show. The actress took the time to interact with fans, even attempting to take group photos while staying on her side of the barricade.
Keith Urban & Nicole Kidman
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman showed up to night three in Philly, leaving fans wondering whether the couple was just there to see the show, or whether Urban — who was also seen taking selfies with Swifties — might join Swift onstage for their vault track “That’s When.”
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello
In fan-captured photographs taken at MetLife Stadium, the “Stitches” singer, 24, and “Havana” songstress, 26, were seeing enjoying a night out during the first of three sold-out shows at the massive N.J. venue. A video circulating on social media sees the pair strolling to their seats in the VIP section, Mendes rocking a sleeveless white shirt and blue jeans and Cabello sporting a black halter top and colorful skirt.
Check out the fan-captured photos and videos on Twitter below.