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Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise Introduce Taylor Swift at Jingle Ball

Katie Holmes and Suri Cruise Introduce Taylor Swift at Jingle Ball

The Verdict Overall, Taylor Swift put on a radiant live performance at Z100's Jingle Ball that took place at Madison Square Garden in the Big Apple.

Taylor Swift has had quite the year. She continued with the nonchalant and mid-tempo "Blank Space", and immediately broke into her liberating "Shake It Off". The songstress was the draw and was the best performer of the night. Her six-song set earned an A rating.

Kate Holmes and Suri Cruise introduce Taylor Swift at Z100 New York's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball.

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The rapper Logic, who recently received two Grammy nominations, was also a fan favorite: the audience was energetic when he performed "1-800-273-8255", the suicide-prevention anthem that recently peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. British singing sensation Ed Sheeran joined Swift for their duet of "End Game", where their crisp harmonies blended well with each other.

Demi Lovato who knocked out of the park with "Confident" and "Sorry Not Sorry" and her new single "Tell Me You Love Me". Hitting the NYC streets with her 26-year-old beau (who, earlier in the night, was reportedly cheering her on backstage alongside Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, and Ed Sheeran), the pair was photographed looking as cute as ever and... holding hands!

Fall Out Boy and the rising boy band Why Don't We also performed.