09 December 2019 06:31

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The video will start in 8 Cancel Get the biggest celebs stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Taylor Swift really got Christmas started as she warms up for her own her own very special party. The singer superstar turns 30 on Friday and she is determined to make the very most of it. She wore all white in London and dazzled at the 02 arena as she belted out her hits in a longer than expected performance. Taylor told Capital FM host Jimmy Hill: "Thank you! You've made me feel so special and you're the first people to celebrate my birthday.

Taylor Swift is wonderful in white as she kicks off Christmas in London

People are saying that 30 and the 30s are the time. "It's the time. Do you know what I mean? Yeah, I definitely feel that. I feel I'm on the brink of that for sure." She got the fans going as she headlined the sold-out gig - with Blank Space, London Boy and You Need To Calm Down some of her tunes sung. (Image: EMPICS Entertainment) But Taylor wasn't the only star name on show. Sam Smith wowed the fans with a performance of pure confidence. Sam, 27, wore pink and screamed: "I want to turn this room into the biggest gay bar in the world... are you ready to get gay with me?" (Image: PA) The crowd screamed in support of the star, who identifies as non-binary, they confirmed earlier this year. Sam said recently: "Being my feminine self in this world that we're in, I mean the music industry can be a bit homophobic, a bit sexist at times. "So being feminine like this in the way I move and dance and am, it feels quite scary at times but is worth it." (Image: PA) (Image: PA) You couldn't miss Mabel with her green hair as Joel Corry got everyone on their feet. Ella Eyre put on a leggy performance, with Anne-Marie, AJ Tracey and Becky Hill also performing. Do you have a story to sell? Get in touch with us at [email protected] or call us direct 0207 29 33033