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R'n'B star returns with city performance; PREVIEW: Jason Derulo, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena.

PREPARE to Wiggle, as Jason Derulo is back and will perform in Cardiff next year.

Derulo, one of the biggest names in R'n'B, has announced a UK tour, with the finale taking place at the Motorpoint Arena on Sunday, March 25.

The hip-hop crooner will showcase new material at the show, as well as his biggest hits, including Talk Dirty, In My Head and Watcha Say.

New single If I'm Lucky was released last week, and the music video has already had more than 11 million views on YouTube.

He's had a busy summer, releasing the smash hit Swalla with Nicki Minaj, and appearing at V Festival in August - although the performance was slammed as being inappropriate by gig-goers.

They complained that the dancers twerked with too much bum on show for an afternoon performance.

Derulo has sold more than 50 million singles worldwide and has racked up one billion plays on Spotify and 20 million social media fans and followers.

General entry prices start from PS46.35 and are already on sale - but the event is nearly sold out so it's recommended that fans purchase their entry sooner rather than later.

For PS215.75, Derulo fanatics can have a photograph with Derulo himself, as well as getting one of the best seats in the house and an exclusive tour gift.

Premium seating prices start from PS86.25. To buy your tickets visit the Motorpoint Arena website or call 029 2022 4488.

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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 16, 2017
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