Beyoncé back in the picture after snappers get a reprieve
Friday 31 May 2013
Beyoncé is to perform a U-turn on her ban on professional photography for tonight’s star-studded charity show in Twickenham.
The star caused controversy earlier this year by barring photographers from her world tour after unflattering images were posted online after last year’s Super Bowl concert.
But the ban has not stopped audience members taking snaps of the singer and uploading them.
The Independent understands a meeting was held last night between her representatives and concert organisers and a deal was struck to allow 15 agency photographers to take pictures.
Beyoncé headlines the Chime for Change concert featuring Jennifer Lopez, Ellie Goulding and Florence and the Machine.
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