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Feb 5

Taylor Swift Kicks Off European Leg of RED Tour

Taylor Swift Kicks Off European Leg of RED Tour

Taylor Swift photo courtesy of Erickson Public Relations.

Taylor Swift kicked off the European leg of her RED Tour over the weekend, playing the first two of five sold-out shows at London’s O2 Arena. Her live show won over capacity crowds and earned her rave reviews from tough critics.

“Impressive. Taylor Swift offers a dream package, and she does it brilliantly….a perfect balance between professionalism and intimacy. The biggest thing in music,” The Times wrote of her performance. The Evening Standard had a similar reaction, writing “RED is the consummate 21st century event….Swift is the consummate 21st century star. Real depth, breadth of ideas, invention, sharp songwriting, and inclusive charisma.”

“Taylor Swift is the biggest pop star in the world today,” The Sun wrote. “Full stop. Her show-stopping voice takes her to another level….pop heaven.”

Taylor’s RED Tour returned to the London stage Tuesday night. She will take her show to Berlin’s O2 World Arena on February 7 before wrapping the European leg at the London O2 with two shows on February 10-11.

Taylor is also featured on the March issue of Glamour, which doubles at the magazine’s 75th Anniversary issue. Glamour’s Editor-In-Chief, Cindi Leive, personally selected Taylor as the cover star for the issue.

“Taylor Swift is the quintessential Glamour cover star: a gorgeous, stylish woman with a real voice, who’s become one of the world’s biggest stars—and a role model to millions of young women. She’s the total package, and the perfect person to ring in Glamour’s 75th anniversary.”


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Posted at 12:00 pm, February 5, 2014 | Permalink

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