Katherine Jenkins rocks a Taylor Swift 1989 T-shirt and cowboy boots as she watches The Eras Tour at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff

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Katherine Jenkins looked incredible as she joined the 70,000 Taylor Swift fans arriving at the Principality Stadium to watch the iconic Eras Tour on Tuesday. 

The Welsh singer, 43, couldn’t contain her smile as she arrived with her girl pals sporting an outfit inspired by Taylor’s fifth studio album, 1989.

Katherine turned heads as she tucked a graphic 1989 white T-shirt into a pair of denim shorts which she cinched in at the waist with a matching belt. 

She opted for a pair of stylish black cowboy boots and left her long waved blonde tresses loose under a matching black fedora hat. 

Katherine was in good spirits as she wore several friendship bracelets on both her wrists as she headed into the stadium with friends. 

Katherine Jenkins looked incredible as she joined the 70,000 Taylor Swift fans arriving at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff to watch the iconic Eras Tour on Tuesday

Katherine Jenkins looked incredible as she joined the 70,000 Taylor Swift fans arriving at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff to watch the iconic Eras Tour on Tuesday

The Welsh singer, 43, smiled as she arrived with her girl pals sporting an outfit inspired by Taylor's fifth studio album, 1989

The Welsh singer, 43, smiled as she arrived with her girl pals sporting an outfit inspired by Taylor’s fifth studio album, 1989

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To complete her outfit, the star donned a pair of jeweled hoop earrings and carried her belongings in a black handbag. 

Over 70,000 Swift supporters wearing pink cowboy hats, ankle boots and sequins poured into the Welsh capital for the latest concert held at the home of Welsh rugby.

It may be the first time that the stadium, built in 1999 for the Rugby World Cup, has hosted such a female-dominated crowd.

During the concert fans went wild after Taylor opened her Cardiff gig speaking Welsh before rewriting one tune for the show. 

The hitmaker, 34, kicked off the show welcoming her fans and saying in Welsh ‘Croeso i’r daith Eras!’ which translates to ‘Welcome to the Eras Tour’. 

Then during a rendition of break up hit We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together she passed her microphone to a dancer who exclaimed ‘Ych-a-fi’ a Welsh term to describe something disgusting. 

She later gushed over the audience saying: ‘This crowd in Cardiff is one for the books. This crowd is different, you’re another level!’ 

Elsewhere during the evening, the roof of the stadium remained closed, meaning there was no fireworks display at the end of Taylor’s performance.

Katherine turned heads as she tucked a graphic 1989 white T-shirt into a pair of denim shorts which she cinched in at the waist with a matching belt

Katherine turned heads as she tucked a graphic 1989 white T-shirt into a pair of denim shorts which she cinched in at the waist with a matching belt

She opted for a pair of stylish black cowboy boots and left her long waved blonde tresses loose under a matching black fedora hat

She opted for a pair of stylish black cowboy boots and left her long waved blonde tresses loose under a matching black fedora hat

Katherine was in good spirits as she wore several friendship bracelets on both her wrists as she headed into the stadium with friends

Katherine was in good spirits as she wore several friendship bracelets on both her wrists as she headed into the stadium with friends

During the concert fans went wild after Taylor opened her Cardiff gig speaking Welsh before rewriting one tune for the show

During the concert fans went wild after Taylor opened her Cardiff gig speaking Welsh before rewriting one tune for the show

Elsewhere during the evening, the roof of the stadium remained closed, meaning there was no fireworks display at the end of Taylor's performance

Elsewhere during the evening, the roof of the stadium remained closed, meaning there was no fireworks display at the end of Taylor’s performance

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The change, which was confirmed on the stadium’s fan guide ahead of the show, has been well received by fans who felt they will enjoy the visuals better in darkness.

Taking to X/Twitter, one fan wrote: ‘Roof is closed. No fireworks. But show will be in the dark I think!’ to which another replied: ‘We should be getting full effect of the wristbands tonight then.’

Others wrote: ‘So jealous of people in Cardiff getting a roof so will see the full extent of the wristbands and lights. It will look unreal.’

‘The roof is going to be shut. The UK Swifties will finally get to see the full effects of the light up bracelets, everyone cheered.’ 

The concert comes after Katherine stunned in a regal blue dress as she performed at the D-Day 80 – Remembering the Normandy Landings event at London’s Royal Albert Hall. 

The opera singer took to the stage earlier this month to mark the 80th anniversary with a powerful ballad of You’ll Never Walk Alone. 

She not only dazzled the audience with her mesmerising vocals, but she also wowed the capital city with her ethereal fashion sense. 

Gracing the stage, Katherine wore a floor-length chiffon pale blue dress which showcased her petite frame as it cinched her in around the waist.

Adding a touch of sparkle to her ensemble, Katherine slipped into a pair of a silver sparkly platforms by Steve Madden.  

Katherine performed alongside Emeli Sandé and Lulu for the special occasion which was hosted by Davina McCall. 

The concert comes after Katherine stunned in a regal blue dress as she performed at the D-Day 80 - Remembering the Normandy Landings event at London's Royal Albert Hall

The concert comes after Katherine stunned in a regal blue dress as she performed at the D-Day 80 – Remembering the Normandy Landings event at London’s Royal Albert Hall