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Beyoncé's explosive new music video filmed in bomb shelter

2013-10-11 06:00

Los Angeles - Beyoncé has filmed a new video in a bomb shelter.

The Halo singer made a video at Greenham Common in Newbury, near London, which is a former Royal Air Force (RAF) base and the alleged site of a nuclear accident back in 1958.

The singer reportedly had the bunker swept for radiation before she would enter to ensure it was completely safe.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Beyoncé is shooting a music video for every track on her new album.

"The record has been delayed, so she wants to make a big splash when it eventually comes out. She wants to be in the UK with baby daughter Blue Ivy as Jay Z tours, so this was a good chance to shoot a video in the UK. It's an amazing location for a music video."

Beyoncé was originally believed to be releasing her fifth solo album this year, but although new tracks Standing on the Sun and Grown Woman were used in adverts and she previewed another song, Bow Down / I Been On, the album is yet to get a title or release date.

Her long-term collaborator Ne-Yo has said: "Beyoncé's the kind of artist where you're not gonna see it until it's right. And her fans, they love her so they'll be patient."

Beyoncé also recently completed her The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.

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