Tuesday, 14 July, 2020

Is Ariana Grande set to surprise crowds at Capital’s Summertime Ball and Taylor Swift’s Manchester gig?

Speculation is growing as Ariana Grande might be set to surprise two lots of crowds tonight in the UK.

Ariana Grande, is reportedly staying at a hotel in London, she might be set to surprise crowds at Capital’s Summertime Ball (STB) 2018 at Wembley Stadium and Taylor Swift’s second Manchester date at Etihad Stadium tonight.

Capital’s Summertime Ball 2018 features this summer’s hottest artists live in front of more than 80,000 Capital listeners at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium.

Ariana Grande could be joining the confirmed STB lineup: Camila Cabello, Shawn Mendes, Charlie Puth, Jess Glynne, Craig David, Anne-marie, Rudimental, Sean Paul, Clean Bandit, James Arthur, Jax Jones, Jonas Blue, Mabel, Stefflon Don And Yungen, as a surprise guest.

Grande’s fans are extremely good at investigating their idols whereabouts, and a fan has managed to track down the hotel she is reportedly staying at in London – Because of the hotel’s curtains.

A fan shared a picture on Twitter of a hotel in London that was listed on Trivago, and it has the same pair of curtains that was featured in a recent Instagram Story of Ariana’s new boyfriend, Pete Davidson.

Ariana also let it slip that she’s not in the US by her now-deleted tweet:

At the same time Capital’s Summertime Ball is on at Wembley, Taylor Swift will be preparing for her second stadium date in Manchester.

Taylor is joined by support acts Camila Cabelo and Charli XCX – Camila is due to open Summertime Ball this afternoon and then fly to Manchester to open Taylor’s show.

Fans have speculated that Ariana could board the same flight after performing at STB to join Taylor in Manchester, as Taylor is known for surprising her fans with guests during her shows.

Ariana hasn’t promoted her upcoming new album ‘Sweetener’ in the UK as of yet, and preorders start 20th June – So today could be the day Ariana promotes her new music at two different stadiums in front of millions (Summertime Ball will be live streamed on Radio and TV).

Last night at Taylor’s first UK stadium show, she praised Manchester for its ‘strength and resilience’ following the Arena attack.

Taylor told the crowd: “You have shown such strength.

“You’ve shown that you will never let anyone forget about those victims.

“And you’ve shown that you have such incredible resilience to keep dancing, and to keep the innocence and to keep the joy and to keep the excitement.

“And I have to say Manchester, it is such an honour to play for you guys.”

Taylor began her ‘Reputation’ tour on May 8 over in the U.S. and she’s set to play six shows across the UK and Ireland in June.

Over 100,000 fans are expected to catch Taylor live this weekend in the UK.

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