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Ciara Announces New Tour After 'GMA' Concert, Talks Harvard Business School - 'It's Intense!'

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Ciara is going on tour! She made the announcement this morning after performing on "Good Morning America." Deets on what's to come, plus what she said about her Harvard Business School program.

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New album, check! New tour, double check!

Ciara is gearing up to head out on tour! The singer, who recently released her first independent album Beauty Marks, made the announcement this morning after hitting the stage for "Good Morning America's" Summer Concert Series.

The 33-year-old entertainer didn't dish many details about the upcoming tour like when it will kick off or what cities she'll be visiting, but she dropped a few tidbits about what's to come.

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“I’m going on tour, and it’s some select, really important dates for me in places that show me some love,” Ciara revealed. “So, I’ll be putting those dates on my socials. So you guys can look out for those dates and the tickets will be going on sale really soon. I’ll be announcing those on my socials, so stay tuned. I’m really excited to go on the road and rock.”

Check it:

 

 

 

 

Watch CiCi turn up during her set where she performed "Level Up," "Thinkin Bout You," and "Goodies" below:

CiCi has a lot on her plate right now, promoting her new album, being a FAB mom and taking classes at Harvard. Now that she has her own record label, the singer is fulfulling her dreams of going to college. She has enrolled in a four-day course called “The Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports,” which regularly brings celebrities to Cambridge. Students in the class will learn "new approaches for driving revenue and success in today's entertainment environment."

She said before she did soundcheck for her "GMA" performance she was reading up on case studies.

"I'm jumping in! I'm trying to soak in as much as I can. I'm honestly having the time of my life...It's intense! Every little detail matters," she explained.

Peep the clip below:

 

 

Speaking of Harvard....

 
 
 
 
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Boooom!!! We’re at it again with the “Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports” (#BEMS) program! As always, the class includes a number of people with careers that stand out even from the accomplished executives that normally fill our classrooms... Collectively, this group alone has won an NBA Championship, Olympic Gold medal, UEFA Champions League trophy, Golden Ball and Golden Glove award, and scored 5 World Cup Goals in total across three consecutive World Cups ; received 2 ESPYs, 10 All League Teams, 2 McDonald’s All-American, and 5 All-Star selections; made 5 NCAA Final Four appearances, played 220 national-team games , won 1 Grammy and 2 MTV Music Video Awards ; starred in 300 television episodes, solving countless (fictional) crimes and surprising nearly 80 couples with a beautifully renovated home (involving as many demo days and an estimated 700 tons of shiplap); and even has a royal title (that’s right — we have a real prince in the house!) So inspiring that even for these superstars, the learning never stops—and amazing that they chose to join us at @HarvardHBS this week. #Harvard #BEMS #crushingit @lifeatHBS (by the equally amazing @evephoto)

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Like we said earlier, "The Business of Entertainment, Media and Sports" four-day course (which gives a certificate in the end, not a full Masters or Doctorate like a full blown Business School student would receive) attracts celebrities regularly. And the Beauty Marks singer is in a class with A-listers.

This year's class (which kicked off Wednesday and will wrap up Saturday) has several familar faces, including "Fixer Upper” husband and wife stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, Cleveland Cavaliers power forward and NBA champion Kevin Love, Los Angeles Clippers small forward and Cameroonian prince Luc Mbah a Moute, New Orleans Pelicans power forward Julius Randle, “NCIS: Los Angeles” actor Eric Christian Olsen, former Bayern Munich goaltender and 2002 World Cup Golden Ball winner Oliver Kahn, and former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill.

Harvard Business School professor Anita Elberse shared a flick of her new students, with the caption:

“Boooom!!! We’re at it again with the “Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports” (#BEMS) program! As always, the class includes a number of people with careers that stand out even from the accomplished executives that normally fill our classrooms…”

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The Grammy Award winner will be appearing in the next episode of "Red Table Talk" with Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith, and Adrienne Banfield-Jones.

Peep a clip from her upcoming appearance below:

Let's hope she give even more details on the prayer she prayed to God for her hubby Russell Wilson. CiCi's interview premieres June 3rd.

Photo: Instar/Splash @paulalobo / ABC

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