Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaTo honor Justice Ginsburg's legacy, Biden should consider Michelle Obama National Urban League, BET launch National Black Voter Day The Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by The Air Line Pilots Association - White House moves closer to Pelosi on virus relief bill MORE is extending her global book tour.

The former first lady is adding 11 more stops to the international tour to promote her memoir “Becoming,” her publisher and event promoter Live Nation announced Tuesday. Some of the additional 2019 dates include visits to Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Atlanta and Austin, among others.


The final tour event will be held May 12 in Nashville.

Obama said she “couldn’t be more excited” for the added stops.

"I've been so humbled by the response to the tour thus far and the overwhelming interest we’ve received from so many communities we weren’t able to visit this year,” Obama, 54, said.

“That’s why I’m thrilled that we’re able to expand our conversations to these new settings and wider audiences. I can’t wait to continue the discussions that have been so meaningful for me and, I hope, for so many others.”

Tickets for the original 10-city promotional tour in stadiums throughout the United States became hot commodities when they went on sale ahead of “Becoming’s” November release, with some VIP packages fetching as much as $3,000.

On Tuesday, Penguin Random House, the publisher behind Obama’s book, announced her memoir had sold more than 3 million copies in all formats.

Last month, the publisher announced that the hardcover edition of “Becoming” was the best-selling hardcover book of the year, citing NDP BookScan data.