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22 September 2013, 08:53
The two singer-songwriters take to Twitter to share memories and thanks after the tour comes to a close.
Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran have shared messages on Twitter after bringing the 'Red' tour to a close in North America this weekend.
The 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer played a final show on the tour's current leg out in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday evening (21st September), and took to Twitter after to tell her tour crew how much she loves them.
"I can't believe we're about to play this show one last time in America. #redtour," Taylor tweeted on the final evening of the tour. "To Nashville, and all the crowds we played for in 66 cities… in sickness and in health, I will love you forever. #redtour.
"Show highlight: @edsheeran dressed like a clown and danced the choreography to 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together'. Quite the finale," she later posted, before adding a picture alongside the caption: "I love these people so much. #redtour."
Check out the picture Taylor shared of the final North American 'Red' tour show below (Credit: Twitter):
Ed Sheeran also took to Twitter to share his thanks to Taylor and the rest of the 'Red' tour show, after joining her as a support act for all 66 shows of the trip.
"Today is thee final day of the @TaylorSwift13 RED tour, 6 months, 66 shows and a combined audience of 1.2 million people," Ed tweeted on Saturday. "So much fun.
"Thank you to everyone who has come down to these shows, the touring crew, management, band dancers and, of course, T Swizzle herself. Love you all x," the 'Lego House' singer later added.
Taylor Swift is set to perform a string of Australian and New Zealand dates towards the end of this year in November.