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Taylor Swift Celebrates '1989' Anniversary With Pitbull, Ricky Martin & Dwyane Wade

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Taylor Swift celebrated the one year anniversary of her 1989 album in Miami on Tuesday, with help from Ricky Martin and Pitbull.

The Latin music heroes are the latest in the parade of celebrity cameos on Taylor's current tour. As if that wasn't enough, Swift was joined on stage with NBA baller Dwyane Wade, who presented her with a personalized "Swift" jersey that carried her favorite number, 13.

Taylor shared the highlights on social media.

Miami!!! What a night! Thank you to our surprise guests @DwyaneWade, @pitbull & @ricky_martin #HappyBirthday1989," she tweeted.

Check out her posts below.

I had the best time with you @ricky_martin!! Thank you for making #1989TourMiami unforgettable!

A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Oct 28, 2015 at 12:16am PDT


That crowd went CRAZY when @pitbull walked out! We sang 'Give Me Everything'. So much fun. A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Oct 28, 2015 at 12:19am PDT



Hugging it out after the crowd screamed louder than I thought was humanly possible for @dwyanewade!! A photo posted by Taylor Swift (@taylorswift) on Oct 28, 2015 at 12:28am PDT


But the most special moment of the night actually came before the show when Swift made one  fan's "Wildest Dream" come true.

"I want to thank her for being such an inspiration to me and other kid. She goes around the world visiting kids in hospitals and that's a truly nice person," said Stella Usiak.

Usiak is battling leukemia and flew down from New York to meet Taylor Swift in person.

She said it was her dream come true all made possible thanks to a Scholastic Reading Club contest.

Following the Miami show, Swift will be in Tampa for another performance on Saturday, concluding her tour in the U.S. From there she heads to Singapore to continue her tour.

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