Taylor will play just three dates on these Isles next summer for her Reputation Stadium Tour.
However, tickets sold out in record time.
Taylor will be bringing the number one selling album to the United Kingdom, with Look What You Made Me Do going to be an absolute highlight, having smashed records upon its release.
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Speaking to French broadcaster Canal +, the Belgian said: "I am always very fine at this club". There are other great players but when he's on it he really does make the difference'.
A few days after the record's release on November 10, Taylor ventured out to Target budget store in the U.S. to meet and greet Nashville residents, but also to keep up her tradition and get her hands on the compilation for herself.
Finishing in London's Wembley Stadium on June 22nd, tickets go on general sale next Friday (December 1st).
Subscribers of TaylorSwift.com will have access to purchase tickets in advance on Wednesday, November 29.
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