Sam Hunt joins Taylor Swift's '1989' crew with 'Take Your Time' performance |


Sam Hunt joins Taylor Swift's 1989 crew with 'Take Your Time' performance

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Sam Hunt joined an elite club on Sunday night when he performed “Take Your Time” at Chicago’s Solider Field as Taylor Swift’s most recent guest during her 1989 world tour. Together they dueted on his latest single, and Swift got back to her country roots.

Hunt is the latest star to participate in Swift’s parade of summer’s greatest hits. During her New York area shows, she brought out The Weeknd to sing “I Can’t Feel My Face” and Nick Jonas for “Jealous,” in D.C. she performed “Royals” with Lorde and “Want to Want Me” with Jason Derulo, and on her first night in Chicago, Andy Grammer played “Honey, I’m Good.” Her “Bad Blood” BFFs have also owned the stage’s literal runway in various cities too, with visits from guests like Gigi Hadid, Lena Dunham and most recently, Empire’s Sarayeh and model Andreja Pejic.

See some fan-shot footage of Hunt’s performance.


A huge thank you to @SamHuntMusic for surprising the crowd with ‘Take Your Time’. Such a star. #1989tourchicago

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