Queen of shade Beyoncé, 34, completed her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour last month, where she garnered critical acclaim for her dramatic stage shows. Fortunately, the effort and long hours were clearly worth it, as it was the star’s most successful to date. Before she had even finished her run, it came in at number 2 on Pollstar’s year-end Top 20 Worldwide Tours list, grossing $188.6 million from the first 107 shows, and was also the most lucrative female tour of 2013.
Unfortunately, the drama wasn’t just reserved for the stage. It was recently reported that two former fans of the singer are suing her. Raquel Castellanos and Gabriella Davidson are claiming they got trampled at one of the star’s concerts. The women had purchased general admission tickets for a show at the United Center in Chicago last December, court documents obtained by CBS’ local affiliate in Chicago reveal. Castellanos and Davidson claim they arrived to the venue a few hours early and got spots standing close to the stage.
The suit states: ‘As the hours passed, the group became larger, more dense and more anxious about how, when and where the gate(s) would be released and where ticket holders and fans were supposed to enter The United Centre – none of which was explained.’
Outside of the law suit, Jay and Bey have reached their 6th year of marriage and I’m sure will do something special to celebrate the end of her tour and their anniversary as well. Congrats to these two.