Grandma gets "memory of a lifetime" at Taylor Swift concert in Nashville

By Kristen Caires and kristencaires
Updated September 28, 2015 10:35 PM
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Taylor Swift is known for surprising her 1989 audience with an impressive array of special guests.

Little did the pop star know she would make one audience member’s lifelong dream come true by inviting Mick Jagger on stage during her concert in Nashville on Saturday.

Jagger joined Swift for a surprise duet of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” and this 72-year-old Grandma was sent into a teenage-groupie style tizzy – Clutching her hands to her chest and shouting, “Oh my God!” before swaying to the beat.

This now-viral Grandma had always wanted to attend a Rolling Stones concert, but missed their tour last year after suffering some serious health problems.

She arrived in Tennessee two days before the concert to rest up for the big night with her daughter and granddaughter – Since the ladies’ night out on the town, “there’s been a lot of tears and laughter” and her daughter describes it as the “memory of a lifetime.”

Swift herself shared the YouTube video with the caption, “Why I like bringing out surprise special guests on tour.”

It’s safe to say, fan-girl Grandma left satisfied.