She’s nearing the end of the American leg of her Reputation World Tour.
And Taylor Swift gave it her all on stage in Houston, Texas, on Saturday night.
The 28-year-old singer put on a dazzling display as she belted out her many hits to 55,000 fans at the NRG stadium.
Great reputation: Taylor Swift gave it her all on stage in Houston, Texas, on Saturday night
The Shake It Off songstress wore her hair loose, in soft waves, with a dark red lipstick to vamp things up.
She made the most of her statuesque 5 ft 10in frame in costume changes which included skimpy bodysuits and sexy knee-high boots.
The Out of the Woods beauty was supported by Charlie XCX.
Strum-thing to do: The 28-year-old singer put on a dazzling display as she belted out her many hits to 55,000 fans at the NRG stadium
She next plays two nights at Arlington, Texas, at the AT&T stadium, for her final two nights in the U.S. on October 5 and 6 – having started in May in Glendale, Arizona.
Taylor will commence the Australian leg of her tour in Perth, Western Australia on October 19, followed by shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
She recently celebrated two years together with British boyfriend Joe Alwyn, 27.
Shaking it up: She made the most of her statuesque 5 ft 10in frame in costume changes which included skimpy bodysuits and sexy knee-high boots
Gorgeous: The Shake It Off songstress wore her hair loose, in soft waves, with a dark red lipstick to vamp things up
The couple have managed to keep some semblance of privacy in their relationship.
‘I think we have been successfully very private and that has now sunk in for people … but I really prefer to talk about work,’ Alwyn recently told British Vogue.
Meanwhile, Taylor has reportedly been selling off her Stateside properties as she is planning a move to the UK to be closer to her British beau Joe Alwyn, 27.
London – where Joe is based – or rural Oxfordshire are said to be two key locations being considered by the star, as a source told The Sun last month she feels she can live undisturbed in the country.
They said: ‘Taylor loves the UK and how she can live a relatively normal life without being disturbed. Setting down roots is something she’s thought long and hard about.’
Sheer delight: The Out of the Woods beauty was supported by Charlie XCX
While Taylor has been out on her Reputation world tour, Joe has been busy at work on a number of feature films.
His drama The Favourite – also starring Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachael Weisz – premiered in Venice in late August. It will hit theaters in the U.S. in November and the U.K. in January.
Joe also has roles in the upcoming films Mary Queens of Scots, Waiting for Barbarians and Harriet, which are all in production or post-production.
Meanwhile, Taylor is set to take to the big screen herself, in a musical movie adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats.
The 70-year-old composer confirmed this week that the musical is already in rehearsals and dished a little on what role Taylor Swift might be playing.
He revealed to Vulture that Taylor, 28, will play either the flirty Bombalurina or skittish Demeter, the duo who sing ‘Macavity the Mystery Cat’.
‘She’s going to play one or other of the ‘Macavity’ girls.’ Webber said, adding that he’s not sure which one yet.
‘Well, basically, [director] Tom Hooper thought it was a really good idea, and of course, she loves cats,’ Webber added of the director’s decision to cast Taylor.
The movie will also star Jennifer Hudson as former ‘glamour cat’ Grizabella, along with James Corden and Ian McKellen and will hit theaters on December 20, 2019.