Taylor Swift, Jon Bon Jovi Perform At Kensington Palace

Photo: Taylor Swift, Twitter

Photo: Taylor Swift, Twitter

After winning Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards, Taylor Swift took a plane across the pond to perform at Kensington Palace in London, England. Swift, along with rocker Jon Bon Jovi, performed as part of the Winter Whites Gala, to aid the Centrepoint charity, which helps homeless teens and  young adults. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, was in attendance

Swift performed her songs “Fifteen” and “Trouble.”  “I’m Taylor, and it is very nice to meet  you, especially under these circumstances,” she reportedly told the crowd, according to the Daily Mail. “It is my first time playing at Kensington Palace or any other palace for that matter. I have to thank you, Prince William, for having me. It’s amazing. To call attention to this age group especially, teens and young adults.”

Swift also performed her hit “Love Story.” “This has reference to palaces, princes and princesses and it is very strange that I end up playing it in a palace.”

At the end of the evening, Bon Jovi invited Prince William to perform an impromptu rendition of “Living On A Prayer.” Prince William, in turn, invited Swift to join them onstage for the off-the-cuff performance.

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