The Grammy winner kicks off the big show on a high note

By Lindsay Kimble
Updated October 05, 2016 06:19 PM
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[BRIGHTCOVE “20987498” “” “peoplenow” “auto” ]Even in our “Wildest Dreams” we couldn’t have predicted Taylor Swift‘s totally awesome Grammy Awards opener.

Fresh from her stunning red carpet appearance, Swift got her famous audience moving while performing her 1989 single “Out of the Woods.”

In a sleek sparkling black jumpsuit, the 26-year-old hit high notes as her collaborator – and pal Lena Dunham‘s boyfriend! – Jack Antonoff of .fun played guitar.

Swift was nominated for seven awards at the Monday night ceremony, including record of the year and song of the year for “Blank Space,” album of the year and best vocal pop album.

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The singer is a total Grammys veteran – she has seven awards under her belt and has performed at the show numerous times, including “Mean” in 2012 and “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” in 2013.