Beyoncé spends nearly £1,500 at Nando's in Essex following V Festival performance

Order included 48 portions of chips, 48 whole chickens and 12 veggie burgers

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Beyonce reportedly spent nearly £1,500 in a branch of Nando's in Essex following her performance at V Festival this weekend.

The US star headlined the Chelmsford leg of V Festival on Saturday night (August 17) and turned to the chicken restaurant to refuel after the show. The Daily Mail reports that a nearby branch of the restaurant received an order for £1,444 worth of food, including 48 portions of chips, 48 whole chickens and 12 veggie burgers. The huge order was paid for in cash, with £1,460 handed over at the till.

Beyonce had less enjoyment at the Staffs leg of V, where she was booed by the crowd prior to her headline set on Sunday (August 18). The former Destiny's Child singer arrived onstage over half an hour late, with audible boos coming from the festival's crowd before the set finally got underway.

As a result of the delay, the singer was forced to rejig her set and played a markedly different set of tracks from her show at Hylands Park the previous night (August 17), delivering a performance that lasted for just over 70 minutes.

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