Taylor Swift pays tribute to Carole King as she serenades the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame audience

Swift reassured the audience with a rendition of King’s “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” wearing a blonde, black body that matches the night’s formal tone.

After the first few bars, the “Cardigan” singer looked out into the crowd with a cunning smile and briefly stuck her tongue out between her teeth to shut them in for a surprise.

Taylor Swift will perform during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

The best part was when the camera panned to King among the audience, showing her wiping tears and quietly channeling her gratitude to the songwriting superstar on stage.

“I want to thank Taylor – thank you for the amazing achievement. And also thank you for carrying the torch,” King said during his introductory speech.

The women have a story, and most recently King Swift presented her Artist of the Decade award at the 2019 American Music Awards, calling her versatility and impact “extraordinary”.

“I can not believe it was Carole King who gave me this award,” Swift said at his acceptance. “My parents are here tonight, and they would listen to all your records in high school.”

Jennifer Hudson also honored King with her own rendition of “Natural Woman” at the induction ceremony, which King wrote but was made famous by Aretha Franklin.

King is only the third female artist to have been inducted into the Hall of Fame twice, according to Rolling Stone Magazine, along with Stevie Nicks and Tina Turner.

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Taylor Swift pays tribute to Carole King as she serenades the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame audience

Swift reassured the audience with a rendition of King’s “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” wearing a blonde, black body that matches the night’s formal tone.

After the first few bars, the “Cardigan” singer looked out into the crowd with a cunning smile and briefly stuck her tongue out between her teeth to shut them in for a surprise.

Taylor Swift will perform during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

The best part was when the camera panned to King among the audience, showing her wiping tears and quietly channeling her gratitude to the songwriting superstar on stage.

“I want to thank Taylor – thank you for the amazing achievement. And also thank you for carrying the torch,” King said during his introductory speech.

The women have a story, and most recently King Swift presented her Artist of the Decade award at the 2019 American Music Awards, calling her versatility and impact “extraordinary”.

“I can not believe it was Carole King who gave me this award,” Swift said at his acceptance. “My parents are here tonight, and they would listen to all your records in high school.”

Jennifer Hudson also honored King with her own rendition of “Natural Woman” at the induction ceremony, which King wrote but was made famous by Aretha Franklin.

King is only the third female artist to have been inducted into the Hall of Fame twice, according to Rolling Stone Magazine, along with Stevie Nicks and Tina Turner.

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