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Taylor Swift Breaks Own Tour Record With Sold-Out Reputation
GRAMMY winner Taylor Swift has outdone herself yet again, this time by breaking her own record of being the woman with the highest-grossing U.S. tour. The singer/songwriter has earned $191.1 million so far for the U.S. leg of her Reputation Stadium Tour.
The star's 1989 World Tour in 2015 also put her at the top of female tour earners, bringing in $181.5 million domestically, according to Billboard. The Reputation Stadium Tour is set to further surpass that number, as the current earnings tally is based on the 27 domestic shows to date, all which were sold-out. Swift still has 11 U.S. dates left to perform.
Her latest tour is in support of 2017's Reputation, her sixth studio album, which has given her six Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Her latest single, "Delicate," has earned her a total of 56 Top 40 hits, the highest number for any female artist.
It seems like Swift is never done breaking records– she is one of only two female solo artists, along with Adele, to win a GRAMMY for Album Of The Year twice. She won the title at the 52nd GRAMMY Awards for Fearless and again for 58th GRAMMY Awards for 1989.