Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake to play intimate London gig in March?

Pair rumoured to be playing London's 500-capacity The Garage venue

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Beyonce and Justin Timberlake are rumoured to be playing an intimate show together in London at the end of March.

Talk of the show stems from the Songkick listings website, reports The Sun, which posted a show headlined by the pair at London's 500-capacity The Garage venue on March 31. The listing has now been taken down.

The pair have been working together on Beyoncé's new album, and her husband Jay-Z featured on Timberlake's comeback single 'Suit & Tie'.

Yesterday, Timberlake announced that he will play a surprise gig at The Forum in north London immediately after performing at the Brits next Wednesday (February 20). Beyoncé has also been rumoured to make an appearance at the BRITs, although organisers deny this. Muse, Robbie Williams, Mumford and Sons, and Emeli Sande have been confirmed to perform at the bash.

Timberlake recently announced that his comeback album, 'The 20/20 Experience', will be released on March 18. LP is the first new music from the singer-turned-actor and Myspace entrepreneur since his second solo effort 'FutureSex/LoveSounds' in 2006.

'The 20/20 Experience' tracklisting is as follows:

'Pusher Love Girl'
'Suit & Tie' (featuring Jay-Z)
'Don't Hold The Wall'
'Strawberry Bubblegum'
'Tunnel Vision'
'Spaceship Coupe'
'That Girl'
'Let The Groove Get In'
'Mirrors'
'Blue Ocean Roar'


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