Performing for sold-out crowds in Dublin helped Beyonce work up quite a hunger over the weekend. She reportedly ordered a huge takeout feast from the popular eatery Nando's, according to the U.K. Daily Mail.
According to the receipt, the 31-year-old ordered "14 jumbo platters and seven wing roulettes, with each jumbo platter containing two whole chickens and fives sides."
The total bill? Almost $1,200!
That's a lot to pay to satisfy a spicy chicken craving, but it was reportedly enough to feed her crew during the stop on her Mrs. Carter Show world tour.
Of course, some are speculating that the big meal proves Beyonce really is pregnant with her second child. The New York Post's "Page Six" first reported the news on Monday, claiming that multiple sources confirm that the mom of 1-year-old Blue Ivy Carter is expecting her second child.
She reportedly even picked the high-waist Givenchy gown for the 2013 Met Gala because of its ability to hide her growing midsection, according to sources.
To further complicate things, Beyonce canceled a Tuesday night stop on her tour because of "dehydration and exhaustion," according to her rep.
The news couldn't come at a more peculiar time, especially with the pregnancy rumors swirling. Still, she plans to get back on stage as soon as possible, perhaps as soon as Wednesday night if her doctor allows it. "She is awaiting word from her doctors before making a decision," her rep said.
Is Beyonce Pregnant?Don't expect Beyonce and Jay-Z to announce anything in the near future, friends told UsWeekly.
"This rumor again?" one pal told the magazine. "Don't be silly."
"I know another kid is in the future, but it wouldn't make sense for her right now while on tour," another said.
Even for a power couple like Bey and Jay, it's not always possible to plan out every detail in life. Sometimes things just happen.
It sounds like Beyonce would even welcome the news.
"I would like more children," she said on "Good Morning America" recently. "I think my daughter needs company."
And Jay-Z's mother, Gloria Carter, knows her son would love another child, too.
"It warms my heart to see how he interacts with his daughter," she told Us Weekly. "And when she says, 'Papa,' he just melts. He's a great dad."
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