According to reports, Jay and Knowles are taking a pro-active effort to strengthen their marriage.
Supercouple Jay Z, 44, and Beyoncé, 32, just can't put Solange's elevator fight behind them, and--on the advice of pal Gwyneth Paltrow--they've turned to three-times-a-week counseling to rescue their marriage. We still don't know exactly what caused Solange to attack her brother-in-law in that elevator after the Met Ball back in May. But many people believe that the brawl was caused by Solange accusing Jay of being a womanizer, so he's vowed to change his ways. (OK! Magazine)
Coincidentally, the superstar duo have started preparing for their upcoming "On The Run" tour.
In just two days, Beyoncé and Jay Z will kick off their "On the Run Tour" at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. After premiering the star-studded "RUN" movie trailer last month, the superstar couple has shared a series of black-and-white snapshots from their rehearsals for the stadium shows. Bey keeps it low key in a hoodie while practicing some dance moves in front of the giant LED screen, while Jay looks at the stage through a monitor. Mr. and Mrs. Carter are pictured together in one photo, both sporting black hoodies. (Rap-Up)
Despite having combined selling-out track records, Jay and Beywere reportedly having trouble with sales.
A quick look on Ticketmaster reveals less than desirable ticket sales for the hip-hop royalty duo, with one industry insider exclusively telling RadarOnline.com their personal lives and a lack of airplay on the radio could be contributing. According to the leading ticket sales distributer, tens of thousands of tickets are still available for the "On the Run" concert in Miami on July 25, as well as Atlanta on July 15 and a July 12 show in New Jersey. (RadarOnline)
Queen Bey confirmed speculated tour rumors in April.
The singer on Monday announced a joint summer tour with husband Jay Z titled the "On the Run Tour," a nod to the pair's earliest collaboration, "'03 Bonnie & Clyde." The two have shared the stage many times before, but the upcoming dates are the first time they have embarked on a co-headlining tour--and with two-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter growing up, it's probably not the last summer excursion they'll ever make. (Time)
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