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Beyonce’s contract: everything’s alright if backstage is ‘all white’

Beyonce’s contract: everything’s alright if backstage is ‘all white’

STRAWBERRIES AND WHITE LINEN: Beyonce, during a recent performance, demands her dressing room be draped in white. Photo: Associated Press

Beyonce’s backstage demands have been exposed in a newly-obtained contract rider grabbed from a recent video shoot and it appears the superstar likes white.

Editors at In Touch have published the request form in the new issue of the publication, and alongside food demands like a turkey deli tray, fresh strawberries, jalapenos, pineapples and green olives are decor suggestions for her dressing room and vanity room.

The “Halo” singer asks that her dressing room is not only completely baby-proofed for her daughter Blue Ivy, but that it is furnished in all white and that “all of her food be served on a crisp white tablecloth”.

Beyonce is currently traveling with her Mrs. Carter World Tour.

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