Taylor Swift's sprawling 1989 tour has come to a close (at least its North American leg has), and the pop superstar brought out a pair of special guests at her show at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. on Saturday night (Oct. 31).
Taylor played a little dress-up with Idina Menzel, the Broadway star whose Frozen hit "Let It Go" reached the Top 10 of the Hot 100 last year. During the costumed performance, Swift emerged in an Olaf the snowman getup, and her storm subsequently raged on -- the cold never bothered her, anyway.
Swift also brought Alessia Cara, the teen newcomer whose debut single "Here" recently reached the Top 20. "I honestly couldn't be more impressed by @alessiacara," Swift posted on Twitter after the show. "55,000 people and she was absolutely fearless."
The 1989 tour will officially wrap for good on Dec. 12 in Melbourne, Australia. Click here to see the many, many musical artists that Swift has brought out as special guests during her 1989 run.