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29 May 2013, 11:16
The 'Countdown' star will play the Sound Of Change event this Saturday with a heightened security team.
Beyonce has reportedly stepped up security on her tour ahead of a concert in the UK this coming weekend, amid fears about a potential stalker.
The 'Love On Top' star is due to play a concert at Twickenham Stadium this Saturday (1st June), as part of the Sound Of Change event.
Fresh reports suggest security has been increased over the past few of Beyonce's tour dates and ahead of this weekend, after the star allegedly received a number of threatening letters.
"Staff have been briefed on the situation," a source told The Sun this week. "They've been told to keep their eyes open and be extra vigilant.
"Security has been increased on a few engagements now, especially for her UK promo," the source explained.
The Sound Of Change concert will also feature performances from some of the biggest female stars in the industry including Jennifer Lopez, Rita Ora and Florence + The Machine.
Check out a picture of Beyonce on stage below (Credit: Beyonce.com):
This week saw a new Kelly Rowland song called 'You've Changed' leak online, which features vocals from her two former Destiny's Child bandmates Beyonce and Michelle Williams.
Beyonce is currently taking her 'The Mrs. Carter Show' world tour across the Europe, and memorably chastised a fan at her Copenhagen concert over the weekend when he slapped her bottom as she walked past.