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Midnights on tour! Taylor Swift confirms she’ll be going on the road ‘soonish’ to support record-breaking 10th studio album

Swifties rejoice – because Taylor Swift has just confirmed that she will be embarking on a tour to support her record-breaking new album Midnights.

The 32-year-old revealed the exciting news during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show filmed this week.

Although there are currently no dates set in stone, Swift assured the audience that the tour will be happening ‘soonish.’

Big plans: Taylor Swift confirmed that she would embark on a tour in support of her recently-released album Midnights during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show; she is seen in 2019

Big plans: Taylor Swift confirmed that she would embark on a tour in support of her recently-released album Midnights during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show; she is seen in 2019

The singer’s new record, which was released just a week ago, has received rave reviews from critics and has broken various records. 

Swift began the interview by saying that she and her team were getting ready to go on tour in the future. 

‘We will sometime soonish. It’s going to happen. We will do it and it will be great,’ she said, according to People

The Sweet Nothing singer then remarked that she was ‘thrilled’ about her fans’ response to her album.

She did state, however, that her fans deserved credit for Midnights’ immediate success on Spotify, as the streaming service’s servers temporarily crashed upon its release.

Grateful: The Sweet Nothing singer then remarked that she was 'thrilled' about her fans' response to her album

Grateful: The Sweet Nothing singer then remarked that she was ‘thrilled’ about her fans’ response to her album

She said: ‘I do think it’s a little accusatory when people say I broke Spotify. It was my gorgeous fans that broke Spotify!’

Swift went on to express that she was grateful to those who chose to play the rerecorded versions of her older songs.

The hitmaker previously received much attention after she announced that she would be rerecording her first six albums in response to Scooter Braun’s acquisition and later sale of her master recordings.

‘I am thankful to radio stations across the U.S. that will only play my new versions. It is so heartwarming. It is something that I care about but don’t expect other people to care about it,’ she said.

Appreciative: Swift went on to express that she was grateful to those who chose to play the rerecorded versions of her older songs; she is seen in 2019

Appreciative: Swift went on to express that she was grateful to those who chose to play the rerecorded versions of her older songs; she is seen in 2019

The performer then stated about rerecording her old material: ‘It is a lot of work, but it is fun, and I can’t believe people have got behind it the way they have.’ 

Swift’s first tour as a headliner, entitled the Fearless Tour, kicked off in 2009 and ran until the following year.

She went on to take part in numerous other tours over the years, which were all highly successful with her fans.

The performer’s most recent run of shows, the Reputation Stadium Tour, ran for several months in 2018.

On the road: The performer's most recent run of shows, the Reputation Stadium Tour, ran for several months in 2018; she is seen during the tour's opening night

On the road: The performer’s most recent run of shows, the Reputation Stadium Tour, ran for several months in 2018; she is seen during the tour’s opening night

Swift announced that she was planning on releasing a new album during her appearance at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards in August.

The singer went on to make several social media posts to promote her now-released album in the subsequent weeks.

Midnights, which was co-produced by Jack Antonoff, made its debut on October 21.

The performer’s new album has since become both a critical and commercial success.

Doing well: The performer's new album has since become both a critical and commercial success; she is seen in 2019

Doing well: The performer’s new album has since become both a critical and commercial success; she is seen in 2019

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