These taylor swift duets will make you wonder who she hasn’t performed with

Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour has seen special guests almost every night. From Imagine Dragons, Little Big Town, Echosmith, Rachel Platten, The Weeknd, Nick Jonas, Lorde, Jason Derulo and pretty much every supermodel that’s ever existed, Taylor has created a collective of musical pals. With reports from every concert of her new BFFs, now we’re starting to wonder who she hasn’t collaborated with (we’re still waiting for a Taylor Swift-spiked Watch The Throne reunion).

From Kellie Pickler to Paul McCartney, here’s a definitive list of Taylor Swift’s duets:

1. Taylor and Kellie Pickler

In 2008, Kellie joined Taylor onstage to cover Corinne Bailey Rae’s “Put Your Records On” and Toby Keith’s “Courtesy of Red, White & Blue.”

2. Taylor and the Jonas Brothers

The Jonas Brothers invited Taylor to perform with them in Anaheim in 2008. The performance was the part of the taping of their “Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.”

3. Taylor and Miley Cyrus

Taylor shared her song “Fifteen” with Miley for the 2009 Grammys.

4. Taylor and Faith Hill

Taylor took on Faith’s classic “The Way You Love Me” in 2009, 10 years after it came out.

5. Taylor and Def Leppard

The classic rock band duetted with Taylor during CMT’s “Crossroads” in 2009.

6. Taylor and Keith Urban

“Somebody Like You” turned into a duet when Taylor joined Keith Urban in 2009.

7. Taylor and John Mayer

John (yes, of “Dear John” fame) sang “Your Body Is A Wonderland” with Taylor in 2009 on her Fearless Tour. Taylor was featured on his song “Half Of My Heart,” which they also have played live.

8. Taylor and Stevie Nicks

In 2010, Stevie joined Taylor’s set at the Grammys to perform the Fleetwood Mac song “Rhiannon.”

9. Taylor and Katy Perry

Before their weird falling-out, Katy joined T for “Hot N Cold” in Los Angeles in 2010.

10. Taylor and James Taylor

Taylor, who is named after the legend, invited him to her Madison Square Garden show in 2011 to sing “Fire & Rain.”

11. Taylor and Jason Mraz

The crowd in L.A. screamed uncontrollably when Jason and Taylor sang “I’m Yours” in 2011.

12. Taylor and Nicki Minaj

Taylor became obsessed with this song when it first came out, and she got Selena Gomez hooked too. Soon the whole world was into the song, so when Nicki surprised fans on the Speak Now Tour in Los Angeles, she gave Taylor a sincere thank you.

13. Taylor and Justin Bieber

In 2011, JBiebs himself joined TSwizz to sing “Baby.” What a gem.

14. Taylor and Hot Chelle Rae

The band came out during the Speak Now Tour for “Tonight Tonight” in 2011.

15. Taylor and Selena Gomez

BFFs Tay and Sel performed “Who Says” at Madison Square Garden in 2011.

16. Taylor and Johnny Rzeznik

The Goo Goo Dolls frontman joined Taylor at Madison Square Garden in 2011 to sing “Iris.”

17. Taylor and Tal Bachman

In Vancouver, Canadian singer Tal Backman played his 1999 hit “She’s So High.”

18. Taylor and T.I.

While she was in Atlanta on tour, she sang the hook to T.I.’s “Live Your Life” in 2011.

19. Taylor and Ronnie Dunn

Taylor connected to country roots with her duet with Ronnie Dunn for “Bleed Red.”

20. Taylor and Hayley Williams

Hayley from Paramore surprised fans with “That’s What You Get.”

21. Taylor and Andy Grammer

Andy Grammer sang “Keep You Head Up,” a song Taylor says she listens to when she’s having a bad day.

22. Taylor and Tim McGraw

Besides having a song named after him, Taylor has also duetted with the country singer, performing “Just To See You Smile.”

23. Taylor and Usher

Hearing Taylor say “Peace Up, A-Town Down” in Atlanta with Usher feels great.

24. Taylor and Jim Adkins

They performed the Jimmy Eat World song “The Middle.”

25. Taylor and Shawn Colvin

Shawn strode onstage to sing her hit “Sunny Came Home,” which won a Grammy in 1997, probably the year a lot of Swifties were born.

26. Taylor and Flo Rida

You know Taylor! One moment she can be singing with classic country stars and other times she can be singing with the biggest Top 40 artists, like Flo Rida was in 2011.

27. Taylor and Darius Rucker

Taylor and Darius shared his song “Alright” in 2011.

28. Taylor and Zac Efron

When Taylor and Zac were on “Ellen” together, she taught him how to play guitar and they sang a song for their host in 2012. It’s hilarious!

29. Taylor and The Civil Wars

The Civil Wars performed the “Hunger Games” track with her at their sold-out Nashville show in 2012.

30. Taylor and Florida George Line

Taylor was a surprise guest during a Florida Georgia Line concert at Country Radio Seminar 2013.

31. Taylor and The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones brought Taylor out on stage with them to sing “As Tears Go By” in 2013.

32. Taylor and Ed Sheeran

Ed was the opener on the Red Tour in 2013, and he would come out during her set to perform their duet “Everything Has Changed.”

33. Taylor and Gary Lightbody

The Snow Patrol singer co-wrote “The Last Time” on Tay’s Red album, so it only made sense that she brought him out for their duet in 2013.

34. Taylor and Sara Bareilles

Taylor and Sara sang “Brave” on the Red Tour in Los Angeles.

35. Taylor and Tegan and Sara

The sister duo banded with Swift to sing “Closer” off their album Heartthrob, which Taylor said is great to listen to after a breakup.

36. Taylor and Carly Simon

Carly told Taylor who the song “You’re So Vain” is about and then they performed it onstage during the Red Tour.

37. Taylor and Nelly

She brought pretty much everyone out for the Red Tour. Did I mention that? Nelly joined her in St. Louis. And he was on her Speak Now Tour too!

38. Taylor and Patrick Stump

The Red Tour saw a bunch of guests, including Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump, who sang “My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark.”

39. Taylor and B.o.B

They sang their song “Both Of Us” on the Red Tour. He also performed “Airplanes” with her on the Speak Now Tour.

40. Taylor and Jon Foreman

The Switchfoot singer stopped by Taylor’s show in Phoenix to sing “Meant To Live.”

41. Taylor and Tyler Glenn

The Neon Trees singer sang “Everybody Talks” in New Jersey with Miss Swift.

42. Taylor and Cher Lloyd

Another Red Tour surprise was when Cher came out to sing “Want U Back” at the Staples Center in L.A.

43. Taylor and Pat Monahan

The Train frontman sang “Drive By” in New Jersey with Taylor in 2013.

44. Taylor and Rascal Flatts

Tay returned to her country roots when Rascal Flatts popped up onstage to sing “What Hurts The Most” during the Red Tour.

45. Taylor and Luke Bryan

Luke was another Red Tour guest during one of her nights in Nashville. Together, they sang “I Don’t Want This Night To End.”

46. Taylor and Jennifer Lopez

Taylor calls “Jenny From The Block” her “hairbrush song,” one that she would sing alone in her bedroom as a kid. So when J.Lo joined her on the Red Tour, it was extra special.

47. Taylor and Emeli Sandé

Emeli also joined Taylor on one of her nights at the O2, singing “Next To Me” in 2014.

48. Taylor and Sam Smith

Taylor has also duetted with Sam Smith at the O2 Arena during the Red Tour.

49. Taylor and Ellie Goulding

Taylor’s awkward dancing came out in full-force when she hosted Ellie at the O2 Arena in London.

50. Taylor and Hunter Hayes

Taylor and Hunter duetted for “I Want Crazy” on the last night of the Red Tour in 2014.

51. Taylor and Madonna

Madonna had Swift play guitar on her song “Ghosttown” during the iHeart Radio Awards in 2015.

52. Taylor and Ed Sheeran again

Ed reunited with Taylor once again when they sang his song “Tenerife Sea” (which some thought was about Taylor at one point in history) at Rock in Rio in Las Vegas in 2015.

53. Taylor and Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon

Taylor went to the “SNL” 40th anniversary party and this casual jam sesh broke out in 2015.

54. Taylor and Kenny Chesney

Kenny invited Taylor out during his Big Revival Tour stop in Nashville, where Tay grew up and got her record deal. She also performed with them on her Speak Now Tour back in 2011.

Who do you think Taylor should collaborate with next? Let us know in the comments!