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Monday 25 May 2015

Beyonce shows off new album tracks

Beyonce performed at the Brits before heading to Glasgow
Beyonce performed at the Brits before heading to Glasgow

Beyonce has treated UK fans to the first-ever performance of some of the tracks from her new album during a show in Glasgow.

The Single Ladies singer performed at the Brit Awards earlier in the week and then headed to Glasgow's new SSE Hydro arena to kick off the second UK leg of her Mrs Carter tour.

She opened the show with tracks from her new album, Beyonce, including Haunted, Drunk In Love and Flawless, telling fans: " I'm so happy because that was the first time we've performed some of those songs."

Beyonce performed a total of 23 tracks, including some of her better known hits Halo, Love On Top and Crazy In Love, and is in Glasgow for another night before heading to Birmingham, Manchester, and then taking up a week's residency at The O2 in London.

At the Brit Awards, Beyonce was the most tweeted about act of the night when she took to the stage to sing new single XO.

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