No Biggie, But Troye Sivan Just Joined Taylor Swift On Stage To Sing ‘My My My’
Meet the newest member of Taylor's squad?
Please welcome to the stage Troye Sivan, the latest popstar to join Taylor Swift during her worldwide Reputation tour.
Sivan was a surprise guest during Swift’s May 20 show at Los Angeles’ Rose Bowl, where the pair performed a rendition of his single ‘My My My!’.
Although technically it was a duet, it’s difficult to hear Swift as she sings along in the chorus — Sivan well and truly dominants the track. The duo does, however, have one hell of a synchronised catwalk strut.
The performance was a somewhat serendipitous moment for Sivan: back in 2015 he freaked out when Swift tweeted praise for Wild, his fourth EP.
Sivan also used the opportunity to announce that his sophomore album Bloom, whose titular song is an ode to bottoming, will be released on August 29. He also later shared the album’s artwork — a black-and-white portrait of the singer shot by French fashion photographer Hedi Slimane.
— troye sivan (@troyesivan) May 20, 2018
He’s joined rank with the likes of Selena Gomez and Shawn Mendes as Swift’s Reputation tour guests — a club that will almost certainly keep expanding, given we’re only two weeks into a seven-month worldwide tour, and Swift has a reputation to uphold.
Back in 2015, while Swift was touring her last album 1989, she had more than 50+ stage guests. They ranged from the somewhat expected (Gomez) to rock-star royalty (Mick Jagger) and the just plain confusing (Julia Roberts, ’60s folk icon Joan Baez). During one show, Lisa Kudrow even joined Swift in-character as Pheobe Buffay from Friends to perform a duet of ‘Smelly Cat’, a magnum opus from Buffay’s gigs at Central Perk.
While the Reputation tour won’t reach Australian shores until October, fans have lots to look forward to. Early reviews cite a bombastic show with high-production values, a career-spanning set, and more shade at Kim Kardashian than you can handle.
Watch fan-recorded footage of Sivan and Swift’s performance below.