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Flo Rida recalls 'crazy' Swift concert 

added: 6 Dec 2011 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Flo Rida has 'much love' for Taylor Swift and her 'crazy' fans.

The rapper was one of a number of stars to take to the stage alongside the country musician during her Speak Now World Tour.

He performed with her in Miami, with the hip-hop star giving a rendition of his track Right Round.

Flo Rida has discussed the surprising way in which the collaboration came about.

'I was in Australia. I got home, and I was actually staying in my condo for the day. And I looked down, 'cause my condo, it's right across the street from the arena, and I was like, 'I wonder who's performing?' So I went down there, spur-of-the-moment, and they told me it was Taylor,' he told MTV News.

'I spoke with [her people], and they asked me to perform. And she was very nice and very humble. I had an amazing time. Her fans are over-the-top. It was crazy. Much love to Taylor Swift.'

The rapper had no idea he'd be asked to take the stage, explaining he initially just wanted tickets to watch Taylor.

The country star has teamed with another rapper during her tour too.

T.I. performed with her while she was in Atlanta, and admitted he was shocked when he was asked to get involved.

'I was pleasantly surprised and confused,' he laughed. 'I was confused because I know it's a phenomenal opportunity, but being T.I. - the Rubberband Man - and Taylor Swift being America's Sweetheart, I had just gotten out of prison, like, two days [earlier], and all of a sudden my phone rings.'

Taylor previously admitted she has been a hip-hop fan all her life. She was thrilled to get the change to sing with some of her heroes during her tour.

Other stars to perform with Taylor include Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber, Usher and Selena Gomez.

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