Taylor Swift Unforgettable Hyde Park Gig

Taylor Swift has brought the UK leg of her 1989 world tour to a close in London.

The 25 year old singer could not hide her emotions as she declared her final UK show "unforgettable" when she performed at the British Summer Time Hyde Park festival.

It marked the star's third and final date in the UK, following sold-out gigs in Glasgow and Manchester.

"I remember seven years ago when I played my first UK show," Swift told the 65,000-strong crowd.

"King's College had sold out and there were a few hundred people. I was surprised that a few hundred people would come to see me perform and now I'm looking at 65,000 people in Hyde Park.

"This is one of those nights where I'm aware I'm going to be taking mental snapshots so I can remember this night for the rest of my life. I love hearing you sing, dance and jump around. I will remember this night for the rest of my life."

"I love London in general. I love the sight of the London crowd in the summertime," she said during her track New Romantics.

"This is one of the best cities in the world."

As she closed the show with Shake It Off, she said: "This has been the best night. It's been unforgettable."

Before Swift took to the stage, Ellie Goulding and John Newman performed in Hyde Park.

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