Alanis Morissette Performs “You Oughta Know” During Taylor Swift’s “1989” Concert

Taylor and Alanis [via Staples Center]

Natalie Maines and Ellen DeGeneres were not the only special guests on Monday’s edition of the “1989 World Tour.”

Night three of Swift’s stand at the Staples Center also included a performance by Alanis Morissette.

Swift and Morissette collaborated on the latter singer-songwriter’s iconic “You Oughta Know.” Following the performance, the Staples Center shared media (embedded below).

Beyond the entertainment value associated with featuring Morissette — and her smash song — on the show, the guest appearance also possessed a special fitness for the “1989 World Tour.” Much like Taylor Swift’s hit songs, “You Oughta Know” inspired intense gossip and debate over the identity of its subject.

Written by Brian Cantor

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