The Here We Go Again Tour kicked off with a celebratory performance at London's O2.
Due to demand, Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell have added a new date to their forthcoming UK tour.
The newly announced date will see the duo take to the stage at the Royal and Derngate, Northampton on Friday 17 April 2020.
The Joe and Dianne Show tour kicks off in Cardiff on 27 March 2020, taking in a total of 21 shows, finishing at the Empire Theatre, Liverpool on 19 April 2020.
The variety show will see the Strictly Come Dancing finalists combine music, comedy and dance, for an evening of glitz, magic and plenty of laughs.
“We’re so excited to be presenting a brand new show directly for our fans”, the pair comment. “We have loved performing together over the last 12 months both on stage, TV and online and we cannot wait to bring this live tour to a city near you.”
Joe Sugg is one of the UK’s most successful YouTubers. Launching his ThatcherJoe channel in 2011, the vlogger has amassed over 8 million subscribers on the platform, and his videos have been viewed over 1.2 billion times.
Australian born Dianne Buswell is a professional dancer who first came to prominence working on the Oz version of Dancing with the Stars. The dancer emigrated to the UK to join the hit BBC celebrity dancing show Strictly Come Dancing in 2017.
The duo first met on the set of the most recent series of Strictly Come Dancing, with Joe as the celebrity contestant and Dianne, the professional dancer to coach him through the experience.
A hugely successful run saw the pair reach the show’s final, where they finished as runners up to Stacey Dooley and her professional partner Kevin Clifton.
Joe and Dianne re-laced their dancing shoes earlier this year, appearing on stage together as part of the Strictly Come Dancing Live tour.
The pair will appear on stage together again next year, when The Joe and Dianne Show tours across the UK throughout March and April 2020.
Here are the dates, including the newly announced Northampton show:
27 March 2020 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
28 March 2020 – Windsor Hall, Bournemouth
29 March 2020 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
30 March 2020 – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
1 April 2020 – Guildhall, Portsmouth
2 April 2020 – Brighton Centre
3 April 2020 – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
4 April 2020 – Bath Forum
5 April 2020 – Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
6 April 2020 – Plymouth Pavilions
8 April 2020 – Eventim Apollo, London
9 April 2020 – Sheffield City Hall
10 April 2020 – Bonus Arena, Hull
11 April 2020 – O2 Apollo Manchester
12 April 2020 – Birmingham Arena
13 April 2020 – Oxford New Theatre
15 April 2020 – SEC Armadillo
16 April 2020 – O2 City Hall Newcastle
17 April 2020 – Royal and Derngate, Northampton
18 April 2020 – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
19 April 2020 – Empire Theatre, Liverpool
Tickets for the tour are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk