Just hours after wrapping up her last show on Harry Styles' world tour, Kacey Musgraves headed to her social media channels to express her gratitude to the pop phenom.

"This tour has come and gone faster than I thought it would," Musgraves writes alongside a picture of her and Styles embracing onstage. "I’m really gonna miss the energy, the love, and the sparkle that Harry and his team brought — not to mention the incredible people who came to each and every show. I became such a giant fan of his on this tour. Seeing someone do what they do each night with so much passion and class was inspiring. Thank you all for having me."

While out on tour together, the two visited iconic venues such as Madison Square Garden in New York, the Forum in California and Nashville's very own Bridgestone Arena. As not only an opener but also a duet partner while on the tour, Musgraves also commented on what it was like getting out in front of some new fans at the shows.

“It’s not always easy being a support act, felling sometimes like you have to fight the crowd for their attention or win them over," she writes. "But from the first show, you guys knew every word and kept me on my toes."

So what’s next for Musgraves? She just released a music video for her disco-infused "High Horse," and on Monday (July 16), she announced plans for the North American leg of her Oh, What a World Tour. The run is set to begin Jan. 9, 2019 in Indianapolis.

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