Beyonce will follow Homecoming Netflix documentary with ‘epic world tour starting in London’


BEYONCE will follow up her Homecoming Netflix documentary with an epic world tour next year – and is eyeing up London for her big comeback.

The superstar, 37, broke the internet with her Netflix documentary about her comeback at Coachella after having twins dubbed Beychella.

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Beyonce’s new Netflix documentary, Homecoming, has taken the internet by storm
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Now the Sun Online can exclusively reveal she is already planning an epic world tour for 2020, which sources say will be her ‘biggest yet’.

And she is looking to the Olympic Stadium in Stratford, East London for her first show.

“Beyonce is a worker bee – one of the hardest grafters in the industry and she is already planning one of her biggest tours yet for next year,” a source exclusively told The Sun Online.

“She will spend the rest of this year filming during the summer for Lion King and other projects, then taking a lot of downtime with Jay and the children.”

Beyonce’s fans praised her for vulnerability in her Homecoming documentary
Beyonce wanted to lose 21lbs to perform at Coachella

“All the while she will be rehearsing, recording and writing new material ahead of her next tour.”

Bey and her team have also been busy mentoring exciting new acts as well as her Beygood charity for young entrepreneurs, insiders revealed.

A source said: “This was supposed to be a ‘year off’ for Beyonce, but even though she’s not touring right now she is still quietly planning how to give her fans the best show for next year. ”

The Sun Online has contacted Beyonce’s representative for comment.

The documentary follows Beyonce’s epic comeback at Coachella 2018

The singer’s much-anticipated Netflix film dropped yesterday, showing behind-the-scenes footage of her Coachella 2018 comeback.

The music event was watched by millions worldwide over the two weekends last April and the star was instantly praised for giving the best performances in her 22-year career.

In the documentary, the 37-year-old gives fans the opportunity to watch her show-stopping performance, as well as following her on her journey back to reaching peak fitness after the birth of her twins, Sir and Rumi, and delves deeper into what Bey’s life is like off-stage.

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