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The 'Save Rock And Roll' band says they feel "very lucky" to have gotten to duet with the pop star.
Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump says it was "amazing" to duet with Taylor Swift this past weekend and says it was incredibly cool to see the country-pop singer in action.
The 'Dance, Dance' singer joined '22' star Taylor on her 'Red' tour last Saturday (13th July) for a show in East Rutherford, New Jersey, where Taylor opted to duet with Patrick on a cover of Fall Out Boy's 2013 hit 'My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light 'Em Up)'.
"It was amazing playing with Taylor Swift," Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump revealed to MTV News this week. "She's a hell of an entertainer and her audience was amazing.
"It was just one of the coolest things and I felt very lucky to be there," the indie singer explained. "She really gave a lot of love to the fans, we all were just very grateful for it.
"I definitely felt like getting to see a completely different world, " he added. "I'm very satisfied with how it went."
Check out a picture of Taylor Swift at the CMT Music Awards 2013 this year below (Credit: Getty):
The band reunited in 2012 after a lengthy hiatus and recently released new album "Save Rock And Roll'.
Fall Out Boy have been nominated for Best Rock Video at next month's MTV Video Music Awards 2013, while Taylor Swift is nominated in several categories including Video Of The Year for 'I Knew You Were Trouble'.
Taylor Swift has now started writing ready to begin recording for her next studio album.