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Extra tickets for Beyonce released


Beyonce Picture: Getty

Beyonce Picture: Getty

Beyonce Picture: Getty

Attention all Beyonce fans - if you're chomping at the bit at the thought of seeing the Bootylicious star in action this Saturday there's some good news.

MCD has just released 500 extra tickets ahead of her performance in Croke Park this weekend.

The Crazy in Love superstar will be jetting in tomorrow as she gears up for the Irish leg of her Formation world tour.

Her stage is so big that the capacity of the northside GAA venue has been reduced to 75,000 people, with fans being promised a "jaw-dropping" show.

The US star will take to the stage shortly after 8.15pm and is expected to perform for two hours in a set packed with chart-topping hits.

No stranger to these shores, she usually manages to get in a spot of sightseeing while she's here in Ireland.

Previous visits here have seen her indulging in a bit of leisurely cycling through the Phoenix Park and visiting Dublin Zoo with her daughter Blue Ivy.

Have you got what it takes to be a TV couple?

RTE has put out a casting call for couples thinking of taking the plunge to take part in a new relationship show called Then Comes Marriage?

Three couples will be chosen to travel to a luxury retreat to spend two fun-filled days together as they complete a number of challenges aimed at finding out how compatible they really are together.

They'll be under the guidance of two of Ireland's leading relationship experts as they're filmed for the new project, which will take place in September.

Applicants don't have to be engaged to take part and anyone interested should log on to www.rte.ie/audiences for more information on how to apply.