Taylor Swift & Leona Lewis' "Bleeding Love" Duet Is The Stuff Of Pop Dreams

Taylor Swift has been a part of so many memorable duets lately, that we're starting to take them for granted. Steven Tyler and Mick Jagger in the same weekend? Nice. But, with respect to the granddaddies of rock, neither of them made us lose our shit like the surprise appearance of Leona Lewis.

The British singer turned up for Swift's second Nashville show on Saturday night. Her song choice was obvious: "Bleeding Love," a.k.a. the tune that still finds you rocking yourself in the fetal position while mourning some ex. No judgment.

Lewis belted out the hit song while Swift added supporting vocals to the chorus. Look closely and you'll also see Tay busting out some signature dance moves, including the twirling finger crazy sign. She is literally us on the dance floor after three sambucas.

Swift herself freaked out over the duet.

"Me losing my mind because @leonalewis is singing 'Bleeding Love,'" she captioned a photo of the ladies on Instagram, "and it's the most glorious, beautiful thing I've ever heard or seen."

The feeling was clearly mutual.
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Genius. Watch the duet below and just try to not sing along. We know you want to.

SING @leonalewis

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OPENER IMAGE: Courtesy Instagram.
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