Taylor Swift announces two extra London dates for Eras Tour
Pop superstar Taylor Swift has added two more London dates to her blockbuster Eras Tour.
Swift, 33, is already playing six dates at Wembley Stadium next 21, 22, 23 June and 15, 16, 17 August.
She will now also play 19 and 20 August, 2024.
But fans hoping to grab coveted tickets are required to have registered for the previous round of ticket sales.
In a post on X, formerly Twitter, announcing the dates, Taylor Nation - the star's management and PR team - said, "God, we love the English" in a reference to her 2019 song London Boy.
"TS The Eras Tour just added TWO new London shows in August 2024. A limited number of fans who previously registered for shows in London will be selected for access to the sale and receive notifications via email starting today."
Tickets will be on sale for those who were previously registered and who receive an access code on 14 and 15 November.
Rock band Paramore is set to be the opening act for all of Swift's UK dates.
Swift will also play previously announced shows at Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium on 7, 8 and 9 June 2024 before heading to Liverpool's Anfield stadium for 13, 14 and 15 June.
She will perform at Cardiff's Principality Stadium on 18 June before the first set of London dates.
She will then play dates in Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Poland and Austria before returning to Wembley in August.
Swift just finished a three-day run of the tour in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this week where her rumoured boyfriend American football star Travis Kelce was in attendance.
Video showed Swift kissing Kelce and she appeared to change a lyric in the song Karma to reference his NFL team the Kansas City Chiefs.
She also appealed to fans not to throw items on stage during one of the recent concerts.
Swift will play six dates in Brazil starting on Friday before visiting Japan, Australia and Singapore in February and March.
By the time the tour ends in December 2024, Swift will have played 151 shows across five continents.
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The record-breaking tour is also set to gross more than $1bn (£813m) according to reports.
Meanwhile, the film version of the tour - recorded in Los Angeles during the US leg this summer - broke the record for the most profitable concert film in history one week before its release.
Global ticket sales had topped $200m (£163m) as of 3 November.