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Feb. 24 2019, Published 5:39 p.m. ET

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Taylor Swift made jaws drop when she became the special guest at a couple's engagement party on Saturday, February 23. Read on for all the details!

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Taylor showed up at Sycamore Tavern in Los Angeles for the big surprise.

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Digital agency account director Alex Goldschmidt made a special announcement about Taylor during his engagement party to partner Ross Girard.

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She appeared out of the blue (see clip here) and performed "King of my Heart" from her latest album Reputation.

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That particular song has special meaning as Alex decided to propose to Ross to it while listening to the track in his car.

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Taylor appeared to be in great spirits while there. She cracked jokes with everyone at the party and also posed for a couple of photos with the happy couple.

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The Grammy winner was also witness to two of her fans getting engaged right in front of her last July. It happened during a stop on her Reputation tour.

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What are your thoughts on Taylor's surprise performance? Sound off in the comments!

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