Beyonce is enforcing a ''no-camera policy'' backstage among her crew and has created a new list of demands for her 'Mrs. Carter Show' world tour.
Beyonce is allegedly enforcing a strict new ''no-camera policy'' backstage among her crew.
The 'Diva' singer, who has a 22-month-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, with her rapper husband Jay Z, has also reportedly demanded her meals be served on crisp white tablecloths in all-white dressing rooms in every venue she plays at during her 'Mrs. Carter Show' world tour.
A source told In Touch magazine that the 32-year-old star's latest tour rider asks ''that her dressing room not only be completely baby-proofed, but that it be furnished in all-white,'' and that the temperature be set at exactly 22.2 degrees Celsius (72 degrees Fahrenheit) at all times.
The insider said that the 'Single Ladies' hitmaker has also requested a large second room with state-of-the-art vanity and stage lighting at every arena so she can make sure she looks her best before stepping on stage or meeting her fans.
The source added that no one on set is ''allowed to take any pictures'' of the singer at any time.
Beyonce is currently performing in New Zealand and Australia and will wrap up her current world tour in New York City on December 22.
The singer recently insisted she doesn't take her success for granted.
She said: ''I'm still completely nervous. I still feel pressure.''
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