N-Dubz return: Tulisa, Dappy and Fazer are reuniting - here’s how you can buy tickets

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Get ready for the reunion of 2022: N-Dubz have announced that they will be reforming for a UK stadium tour.

Scheduled to take place later this year, the tour will see rappers Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer (real names Costadinos Contostavlos, Tulisa Contostavlos and Richard Rawson) together for the first time since 2011, when they originally announced a two year break.

Since their announcement, no new material had been released.

However, on Monday Tulisa released a forty-second video via Instagram, showing a helicopter flying over London. At the end of the clip, the trio emerge onto a landing strip.

Before they start to sing, the screen then cuts to the name of their upcoming single, Charmer. It will be their first new track since single Morning Star was released in 2011.

N-Dubz have also announced an upcoming tour, called Back To The Future, which will begin in Newcastle on November 7 and finish in Manchester on November 19. They will also be playing London’s O2 on Thursday November 17.

If you want tickets, then you’re in luck: they’ll be going on sale at 10am on Friday May 20 and you can buy them on Ticketmaster.

For those wanting a taste of the new N-Dubz, their single Charmer drops on Thursday evening.

“Charmer is instantly recognisable as an N-Dubz song, featuring their trademark storytelling via the slick raps of Dappy and Fazer, alongside the sassy vocals of Tulisa,” a statement said.

Tulisa also chimed in, writing on her Stories that she wanted to “say thank you to all the ndubz fans & supporters [sic]. The love and support after so long to be even stronger than it was before means everything to us.”

“Every song and show we do we share a little piece of our hearts and the extend of the love you give us in return is unfathomable. It may sound farfetched but to us it feels like we’re a part of one big crazy family.”

Naturally, fans took to social media to share the excitement. “You’re gunna need more dates,” one wrote, while another said they were “listening to all the original tracks now. The nostalgia is crazy. Glad to see this happening."

N-Dubz shot to fame in the noughties, where their first two albums, Uncle B and Against All Odds, were certified platinum – and their single Number One, which they recorded with Tinchy Stryder, reached No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart in 2009.

Over the course of their career, the group have won four Mobo awards, and were nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Single in 2010.

However, the group has been mired in controversy in the years since they split, with Dappy and Tulisa both facing court appearances.

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