Beyonce, Jay Z Bringing ‘On the Run’ Tour in Australia – Report

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Beyonce and Jay Z’s “On the Run” tour is coming to Australia, or so the new reports claim.

Nine MSN reports that the controversial music superstar couple will be bringing their sold-out joint tour Down Under, citing confirmation from a “well-placed industry source.”

Vendor Ticketek also accidentally posted the show’s waiting list to its site.

However, as AAP noted, it’s nothing definite as the ticket site sometimes posts generic waitlists to gauge interest in the artist. This also helps determine if Australian audiences are willing to buy tickets for certain artists.

Promoter Live Nation has refused to comment on the report.

The couple’s “On the Run” tour was launched in June in the U.S. It is set to travel to France for a two-day schedule in September. It has been touted as “one of the most successful tours of the year,” averaging almost U$5.2 million per show in the U.S.

For now, their Aussie fans can only hope that the report of “On the Run” in Australia is true.

On Sunday, Beyonce and Jay Z attempted to squash split reports when they shared a kiss on stage at the MTV VMA. Jay Z brought their 2-year-old daughter Blue Ivy to present Beyonce the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award.

Although they present a picture of a loving family, a body language expert claimed to the NY Post that they were just faking it for the camera. Apparently, their movements and positions suggested that their marriage is in trouble.

“I see a lot of hurt and pain here,” body language expert Susan Constantine said. “They’re just trying to save face. They feel no emotions toward each other.”

Read: Beyonce and Jay Z’s Body Language at the VMAs Spells Marriage Trouble, Expert Claims

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