Jay Z and Beyoncé team up for summer tour

Jay Z and Beyoncé team up for summer tour

MR. AND MRS. CARTER:The superstars' recent surprise appearances at each other's concerts have now sparked talks of a joint tour. Photo: Associated Press

Jay Z and Beyoncé are reportedly taking their talents on the road for a U.S. stadium tour this summer.

The superstars’ recent surprise appearances at each other’s concerts have now sparked talks of a joint tour, a source tells “Page Six.”

The insider reveals that the couple plans to announce a 20-stadium tour that will kick off in late June, including a possible concert in Jay Z’s native New York on Independence Day.

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Both of the stars recently wrapped up their individual tours, with Jay closing out his Magna Carta… Holy Grail trek in January , while Beyoncé’s Mrs. Carter Show World Tour came to an end in March. Jay Z even stopped by her concert at London’s O2 Arena for a surprise performance of their song “Drunk in Love.”

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