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Taylor Swift is "really proud" of her Red Tour

Taylor Swift has expressed her pride at her Red Tour show.

The singer announced today (September 30) that she would be taking her hugely successful tour to Europe next year, starting off with three dates in London in February.

The show, which is in promotion of her 2012 album 'Red', has already wowed fans in North America and she told Capital FM that she is "excited" to bring it across the pond. Swift said:

"I think for me I'm really proud of this show because it kind of incorporates a very theatrical production and also blends it with sort of an intimate singer-songwriter night."

Whilst Ed Sheeran supported on her North America leg, the Europe tour's support slot hasn't been confirmed yet. Swift added:

"I always try to have some surprises up my sleeve as far as if we're going to have special guests or any kind of thing like that but at the moment I don't think we've decided on the support act yet."

The country-pop star meanwhile is also due to take her Red Tour to Australia and New Zealand in November. Watch Taylor Swift announce her foray into Europe below: