Taylor Swift is saying farewell to one unforgettable chapter in her life.
After kicking off the 1989 World Tour in Tokyo at the beginning of May, the "Shake It Off" singer completed her last stop in Australia Saturday evening.
"The 1989 World Tour is officially over, the most beautiful chapter in our story so far," she wrote on social media after hugging all of her talented dancers on stage. "Thanks to you."
While there wasn't a famous special guest, Swifties across Australia made the final three stops of the tour unforgettable. Fans were caught participating in group karaoke as they rode the subway to and from the show.
There also was a meet-and-greet between Swift and her lookalike Kristy Lee. Warning, the resemblance is crazy good!
"Melbourne, the first two nights with you have been magical. Tonight we play this show for the very last time," Swift wrote on Friday night. "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."
As the 25-year-old's tour comes to an end, reports have circulated that the singer has filed trademark applications for "Swiftmas," "Blank Space," "And I'll Write Your Name," "A Girl Named Girl" and the name of her most recent album "1989."
According to USA Today, the requests were filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office earlier this month. The details would include clothes, online retail, printed materials, websites and concerts.
Fans may remember when Swift filed trademarks for some of her memorable song lyrics from her recent album this past January.
As for what's next, the singer has a special birthday to celebrate this Sunday. But before you believe everything you read, the blond beauty made it clear in a recent Instagram post that this year won't be a huge deal.
"It'll be a quiet one this year," she promised fans online.