Beyoncé's girl hunt
16:30 09 June 2006
Beyoncé Knowles is holding auditions to find an all-girl band to support her on her upcoming tour.
The former Destiny's Child star has launched a US search to find female musicians for her forthcoming shows.
Beyoncé is looking for drummers, keyboard players, bassists, guitarists, horn players and percussionists and auditions will take place in various American cities next Monday (12.06.06).
Hopefuls must be 18 or older and will be asked to perform the star's hit 'Work It Out'.
Finalists will travel to New York to audition for Beyoncé later in the week.
The lucky musicians picked to make up the band must be ready to hit the road by June 20, according to the 'Crazy In Love' singer's record label Columbia.
Beyoncé is touring again to promote new album 'B'Day', her second solo LP, which is being released on September 4, her 25th birthday.
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