Taylor Swift: Bon Jovi, McCartney and Hugh Grant spotted at London concert

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Sir Paul McCartney, Jon Bon Jovi and Hugh Grant are among the celebrities who have been spotted at Taylor Swift’s Wembley Stadium concert.

They join a growing list of A-listers who have attended Swift’s London gigs after the Prince of Wales celebrated his 42nd birthday at the venue on Friday and Top Gun actor Tom Cruise was captured on video at the stadium on Saturday.

The 34-year-old US pop star began the UK leg of her juggernaut Eras Tour with three dates in Edinburgh, followed by shows in Liverpool and Cardiff, before she brought her tour to the capital.

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A video, widely circulated on social media, on Sunday showed Beatles star Sir Paul, 82, dancing with fans.

A photo posted to the platform appeared to show rock star Bon Jovi, 62, in shades and a pink hat while watching Swift’s performance.

Love Actually star Hugh Grant attended the concert on Saturday and praised Swift for her “incredible” show and “amazing” team.

In a post to X on Sunday, he said: “Dear @taylorswift13, You have an incredible show, an amazing and v hospitable team and excellent if gigantic boyfriend (#tequilashots.)

“Thanks so much from one ageing London boy, wife and thrilled 8 year old.”

The billion-dollar Eras Tour takes fans through Swift’s back catalogue, including hits from albums 1989, Red and Midnights.

The revamped set list, which she first unveiled at the Paris shows, also includes songs from her latest offering The Tortured Poets Department.

The tour will now move to Dublin but Swift will return to London to play another five nights at Wembley in August.


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