Taylor Swift joined her ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas on the stage at the KIIS FM Jingle Ball last night where she performed at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles wearing a gorgeous monochrome dress.
The 22-year-old country singer has dated a vast amount of high profile celebrity stars including the likes of Jake Gyllenhaal and John Mayer, so it's no surprise that Taylor had a run in with one of her ex's at the bash.
Taylor Swift stuns in her Kate Spade monochrome dress for the Jingle Ball - Splash
But to make matters a little bit easier, Taylor looked her best for her ex-boyfriend rendez vous as she stunned in a Kate Spade New York black and white striped dress – a favourite designer of Pippa Middleton – teamed with sensible black pump heels.
Taylor wowed onlookers on the red carpet before closing the show with her hits 'You Belong With Me,' 'Red,' and 'I Knew You Were Trouble' with her trademark red mic.
She wore her trademark flaxen locks in a Hollywood wavy style around one shoulder with natural make-up finished off with a slick of red lipstick.
Taylor had a run in with her ex Joe Jonas (left) with his band The Jonas Brothers - Splash
Taylor has channelled royal style a few times in the past, wearing a Pippa's favourite designer Kate Spade on previous occasions along with Kate's go to designer Jenny Packham in a beautiful red and nude embroidered dress for the CMA's.
Swift later took to the stage in a bejewelled long-sleeved top and black shorts, showcasing her enviable endless slender legs – that's set to get Harry Styles' pulse racing! Other guests in tow included Brit hitmaker Ellie Goulding, Derek Hough and Will.I.Am.
Taylor and Harry were spotted on a super cute date in New York yesterday, see this story here.
More snaps of Taylor in her Kate Spade dress here...
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