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Musicians' crazy backstage requests

POSTED: 11:51 AM Sep 08 2011   UPDATED: 1:00 AM Feb 23 2011

Beyonce is currently on a world tour and a supposed tour rider has leaked revealing some pretty interesting demands. Check out these odd requests from famous musicians and performing artists.

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Beyonce is currently on a world tour and a supposed tour rider has leaked revealing some pretty interesting demands, including Alkaline water, which must be chilled to 21 degrees and served with $900 titanium straws and bathrooms with new toilet seats and red toilet paper at every venue. Check out these other odd requests from famous musicians and performing artists.

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