Taylor Swift has broken her own record for the highest-grossing U.S. tour by a female artist.

The Look What You Made Me Do singer has been trekking across the U.S. and other nations since May 2018 on her epic Reputation Stadium Tour.

Her U.S. gigs alone have now made an incredible $191.1 million, according to Billboard.com, meaning that with 11 American dates still to play she has surpassed the gross earnings of the previous record holder, her 1989 World Tour – which made $181.5 million in 2015.

During the tour, she has averaged earnings of more than $7 million (£5.4 million) per show – with all 27 of her completed dates sold out. The pop princess is having a brief break from the road after performing at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida last Saturday August 19, 2018.

After the gig, she praised hometown girl Camila Cabello – who has supported her alongside British singer-songwriter Charli XCX throughout the tour.

“MIAMI I LOVE YOU!! You were so loud and FUN,” she wrote on her Tumblr page. “Shout out to Camila for killing it in her hometown and being just the greatest most precious magical human possible.”

The concerts will pick up again this coming Saturday in Nashville, Tennessee – the city where a teenage Taylor made her name as a country music star.

In addition to her U.S. gigs, Taylor has also performed in the U.K., Ireland and Canada, with the latter concerts having grossed $11.1 million. Figures for her British and Irish dates are yet to come in, and unlike in the U.S., not all of these shows sold out.

She will conclude the tour in Australia, New Zealand and Japan – meaning the worldwide takings from the Reputation Stadium Tour should easily surpass the $250 million her 1989 live dates made globally – and may come close to beating the $408 million Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet Tour made in 2008 and 2009, the most earned globally by a female artist.