Taylor Swift is reportedly returning to London for the first time after Joe Alwyn split from Cara Delevingne

Taylor Swift arrived in London, England ahead of her upcoming Eras Tour shows in the country and her first stop was to support her good friend Cara Delevingne on the West End stage.

Delevingne is currently playing Sally Bowles in Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse Theatre.

Swift’s attendance was confirmed by Arthur Jones, head of marketing, who responded to a fan question saying: “Can confirm. A special night.”

can confirm. a special night @kitkatclubldn https://t.co/R7E2LRoVHF

– Arthur Jones (@tweetsbyarthur) May 31, 2024

Swift’s visit on Friday, May 31, was timely because Saturday, June 1, marked Cara’s final performance.

“Tonight, we say goodbye to Cara Delevingne, Luke Treadaway, @beverleyklein and Teddy Kempner. Thanks for being absolutely amazing. #KitKatClub,” the show’s X account tweeted.

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Delevingne, 31, takes over the role on March 1; Production was originally set to begin in 2021. However, production was interrupted 15 days later when her $7 million Studio City home in Los Angeles caught fire, resulting in one person being injured. love.

According to Hello Magazine, this is said to be Taylor’s first visit to London since she broke up with her British boyfriend of 7 years, Joe Alwyn, in early 2023.

On her new album, The Poet Bureau was tortured, she addresses leaving the city behind in the fifth track, titled ‘So Long, London.’

According to Swifties, they have a strong feeling that “So Long London” was definitely written about the end of Swift’s long-term relationship with Alwyn, with poignant lyrics:

I saw in my mind the ferry lights piercing the fog I kept calm and carried the weight of the crack Pulling him tighter every time he drifted away My spine cracked as he carried us up the hill Wet through my pants shirt, bones tired from the cold. I stopped trying to make him laugh, stopped trying to drill the safe

It’s shaping up to be a big summer for Swift, with around two and a half months of shows lined up in the UK.

Swift’s UK tour began in early June and ended with her final show in London on August 20.

However, after her UK tour, the “Fortnight” singer will take a well-deserved break before returning to the stage in Toronto in November.

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