Beyonce Nando's Chicken Feast: Superstar Spends $2,200 On Chicken And Burgers For Entourage

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on August 21 2013 8:47 AM

Beyonce may have one of the best figures in Hollywood, but she still makes sure to eat some of her favorite foods. While in Chelmsford, England, for a performance at V Festival on Saturday, the 31-year-old racked up a bill worth approximately $2,200 by ordering 58 wing platters, 48 whole chickens, 12 veggie burgers, 24 orders of coleslaw and 24 rice dishes from Nando’s for herself and her entourage.

Nando’s is a popular restaurant chain originating in South Africa that specializes in chicken dishes. According to the Daily Mail, the name listed on the receipt for the order was “Beyonce K.” 

This was not the first time the superstar was noted for her love of chicken. Back in April, The Smoking Gun released a list that she reportedly requires for her dressing rooms. The list included "Juicy baked chicken: legs, wings and breast only seasoned with fresh garlic, season salt, black pepper, and Cayenne pepper heavily seasoned." And earlier this year she spent $1,252.88 at the restaurant chain in Dublin.

After Beyonce's team placed the order on Saturday, an employee, Helen Cable, excitedly tweeted, “too excited that Beyonce is ordering a Nandos from us?? If only she would pick it up herself!”

Meanwhile, at the V Festival Beyonce showed off a new bob wig, which covered up her short haircut. The 31-year-old singer showed off a drastic new look just last week via Instagram, chopping her long hair off and replacing it with a daringly short 'do.

In three photos, Beyoncé can be seen looking in a mirror at her new hairstyle while in a dressing room. Her hair stylist, Rita Hazan, said at the time, "Her hair was long and went down her back. She'd been thinking about it for a while, and she wanted to go for it and cut it. It was a moment that she had."

But now it seems Beyonce may have had a change of heart, wearing a bob while performing her hits at the annual festival.  

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