Diana Ross has just added extra Manchester and London dates, extending her 2020 world tour to the end of July next year.

The Motown queen first announced her six-date Top of the World tour earlier this year at the end of October.

Now due to popular demand, she’s now extended its run, adding two new dates on Saturday 18th July in The O2, London and on Sunday 19th July in Manchester at Manchester Arena.

Expect hear hits like Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, I’m Coming Out, Stop! In The Name of Love, Upside Down, I’m Still Waiting, and Chain Reaction, plus all the spectacular costume changes befitting such a legend.

Diana Ross is also set to perform in the hotly-anticipated Sunday legends spot at Glastonbury 2020 next summer. But tickets for that have long sold out.

So if you want to see the Motown queen in the flesh, this is your only chance.

Presale tickets for the shows go live at 9am on Thursday 5th December ahead of the general sale at 9am on Friday 6th December.

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