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Diana Ross Announces First U.K. Tour In More Than 10 Years
Diana Ross has performed all over the U.S. this year, a.k.a. her 75th birthday Diamond Diana year, and it looks like she's continuing the momentum into 2020. The music icon has announced a short European tour that will launch in June.
The "I'm Coming Out" singer will kick off the 2020 Top Of The World tour in Leeds on June 30 after her set at the Glastonbury music fest. She will then travel to Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham, before her last stop in London on July 8.
"I am in total appreciation of all. I’m feeling Great, life is so good.," she tweeted with the announcement of her tour dates. "My love, my light is steady and constant. I focus on joy. I love looking at the energy all around me. I am so so so grateful."
According to the BBC, the tour is the first since 2008 she's done in the U.K. and she's happy to be returning. "I look forward to performing at Glastonbury and touring in the UK and being in London and the UK is like coming home," she said in a statement.