The Washington diner is shocked when Beyoncé places an order
Bombay Barn, an Indian takeaway on Front Street in Washington, received the order for delivery to the VIP entrance of the Stadium of Light just after 6pm on May 23rd.
A staffer told The Northern Echo that the entire team are “huge fans” of the megastar, who performed for just one night at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light on May 23.
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The Texas megastar appeared to order a curried tapas box containing lamb curry, chicken bhuna and Indian chunky chips to the “VIP entrance” to be delivered after the show ended.
The order even appears to include an authentication code that gives the deliverer access to the backstage team.
If the assignment was for Queen Bey herself, she must have worked up an appetite after her two-hour performance in front of 40,000 fans at the Stadium of Light.
On May 23, fans flocked to the venue to hear the “Love on Top” singer perform old classics and new favorites – some fans even camped out for over 24 hours to avoid the lines.
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This marked the first time Beyonce had traveled to the Northeast as part of the Formation tour since 2016, with this latest performance being part of her Renaissance album tour.
Some traveled thousands of miles to see the pop sensation sing, while others flew to Sunderland from places like Brazil and New Zealand for the show.
Once the fans were in the stadium and the show got closer, the fans sang wildly to the hits and danced in the aisles of the stadium.
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