Taylor Swift Slayed At Jingle Ball! Watch Her Performance HERE!

Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran reunite at the Jingle Ball

Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran brought the house down at KIIS FM's iHeartRADIO Jingle Ball concert at the Los Angeles Forum on Friday.

Swift was last in the region when she performed in Australia at the end of 2015 for the end of her 1989 world tour that skipped New Zealand. For the occasion, Swift wore a sequined gold hoodie with black velvet shorts from Raquel Allegra, paired with Lanvin chain-trimmed python leather lace-up boots.

This year's Jingle Ball featured an impressive lineup of artists, including Demi Lovato, The Chainsmokers, Halsey, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, and more, and we're kind of jealous of everyone who got to attend. "She opened her set with ".Ready For It?" before performing several older hits, including "Blank Space" and "Shake It Off".

Swift will be back on stage tonight (December 2) as she takes part in Poptopia 2017 in San Jose.

Taylor had lots of surprises in store for her first Jingle Ball show of the season, including the very first live performance of "End Game" alongside Ed Sheeran!

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