After seven months, 85 concerts, four continents and endless special guests added to her girl squad, Taylor Swift's 1989 World Tour is officially over.
The "Wildest Dreams" singer performed her last show of the tour Friday night in Melbourne, Australia, and she called this most recent touring experience "the most beautiful chapter in our story so far."
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The finale shows seemed to leave Swift with all the feels.
"Melbourne, the first two nights with you have been magical," she captioned an Instagram post on Friday. "Tonight we play this show for the very last time. I'm so honored I get to share the last night of the 1989 World Tour with all of you. This has been the most incredible adventure. Thank you for all of it."
The 25-year-old pop star also shared a photo of a major group hug with her dancers at the end of the show, writing, "Farewell, 1989 World Tour," along with two heart emojis, one full and one broken.
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Although the tour is over, Swift has plenty to look forward to, especially as she’s about to ring in her 26th birthday on Sunday in Australia. Her beau Calvin Harris -- who performed at Friday night’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2015 in New York City -- will reportedly be joining her down under.
She has already promised that her birthday celebration will be “a quiet one this year.”
The former country crooner is also making headlines for allegedly trying to trademark some of the very words she's used on tour this year, including fan favorites like "Swiftmas," "Blank Space" and "1989."
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Tantalizing Trademarks claims the star submitted an application to trademark five different phrase on Dec. 3, which also included "nice to meet you; where you been," from her hit "Blank Space."
Protecting her phrases might make sense considering that earlier this year, Swift found herself involved in a $42 million lawsuit over alleged stolen lyrics in her song, "Shake It Off." See the clever way the judge dismissed the charges in the video below.