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Taylor Swift's MetLife Stadium Surprise Guests Will Make Your Entire Life

We toss around #SquadGoals a lot, but, like, COME ON.

Two weeks ago, we all pretty much agreed that no Taylor Swift live show could possibly be any larger or more star-studded than her epic, 65,000 fan-packed gig at London's Hyde Park. We were so wrong.

Last night (July 10), Swifties from near and far assembled for night one of Taylor's two-evening affair at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. They might've expected some special guests, as that's sort of become the norm on the gargantuan 1989 World Tour. But they surely didn't expect it go down like this.

Yes, that's Hailee Steinfeld, Lily Aldridge, Gigi Hadid and Lena Dunham -- aka The Trinity, Frostbyte, Slay-Z and Lucky Fiori -- joining Taylor on stage for "Bad Blood." It's really nice that they're a lot friendlier to each other in real life than their characters are in the video are. Just look at the love!

The celeb cameo train didn't stop there, of course. There was still an explosive, unexpected, pop-tastic duet to deliver, courtesy of...

Oh, The Weeknd! And T Swizzle! Singing his outstanding hit "Can't Feel My Face," which was co-written by mega-songwriter Max Martin who also helped pen "Blank Space," Shake It Off" and "Bad Blood!" Right. That makes sense, in a face-melting kind of way.

OK, but like, how could it possibly get bigger or better?

Hm, the US Women's National Team? Yeah, that oughta do it.

Fresh off a World Cup victory last Sunday (July 5) against Japan, the squad ventured to New York for a welcome home celebration and parade worthy of national champions. But being invited by Taylor to wave the American flag onstage during one of the biggest concert events of the year? That kind of pure patriotism never goes out of style. Ever.

Since this was all during the first night of Taylor's two-night extravaganza at MetLife, we can't even begin to fathom what tonight's show will bring. Who do you think will show up? Queen Bey? POTUS? Jon Snow?

Stay tuned.