The Foo Fighters and Taylor Swift might be on opposite ends of the musical spectrum. However when they both performed at this year's BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend, the Foo's frontman Dave Grohl showed some love for the 1989 popstar.

“I’m officially obsessed. She might want to get a restraining order because I’m all about Swift,” Grohl said at the UK music festival in Norwich, England on May 24.

Grohl also thanked Taylor for warming up the crowd before they were to close out the night and the overall festival. “I’m going to dedicate this song to Taylor Swift," he said, "how about that? This one goes out to my opening band, Taylor Swift.”

Making the song dedication a bit more special, the band played "Congregation," which was recorded in Nashville for their most recent album, Sonic Highways, and is also Taylor's hometown.

The "Style" songstress retweeted BBC Radio 1's tweet showing the dedication as well as posted her own feelings about Big Weekend, which you can see below.

Dressed in a silver sequins, she sparkled as she glided through the stage. Taylor performed old and new songs including "Shake It Off," "Blank Space" and "I Knew You Were Trouble."

You can see a snippet of Taylor Swift performing "I Knew You Were Trouble" from Big Weekend below.

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