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The Best Livin’ On A Prayer Ever? Taylor Swift & Prince William Sing The Classic Hit With Bon Jovi

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Nov. 27 2013, Published 8:21 a.m. ET

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It was like a fairy tale karaoke night! Taylor Swift and Prince William got on stage with Jon Bon Jovi at a charity event and sang along with him for everybody’s favorite song "Livin’ on a Prayer" and we’ve got the video for you on RadarOnline.com.

Kate Middleton stayed home with baby Prince George, but little did she know that her hubby was going to hit the stage a belt out a tune at the Winter Whites Gala to benefit youth homelessness charity Centrepoint.

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Wearing a glittering ball gown and her hair in an elegant updo, Taylor looked like she was having a blast singing with the British and Jersey royalty at Kensington Palace.

Bon Jovi played the acoustic guitar while his two backup singers smiled through his famous song.

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Taylor spoke to the audience while she played three of her songs, "Trouble", "Fifteen" and "Love Story".

“I’m Taylor, it is very nice to meet you, especially under these circumstances. It is my first time playing at Kensington Palace or any other palace for that matter.

“I have to thank you, Prince William, for having me. It’s amazing. To call attention to this age group especially, teens and young adults.”

Before she sang "Love Story" she explained that it was about a date she wasn’t allowed to go on when she was 17.

“This has reference to palaces, princes and princesses and it is very strange that I end up playing it in a palace.”

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