Meghan Trainor has promised her 'Untouchable Tour' will be as jaw-dropping as Beyoncé's concerts.
The 'No' hitmaker is rehearsing for her upcoming tour in support of her new album 'Thank You' - which is released on May 13 - and she plans on making jaws drop in the same way the R&B superstar has on her 'Formation World Tour'.
She said: "I'll have a Beyoncé show ready to go!"
Meghan, 22, hasn't finalised her set list for the run of shows, which kick off on July 14 at the PNE Amphitheater in Vancouver, Canada, but she plans on performing as many new songs as possible whilst still keeping in the fan favourites such as 'All About That Bass' and 'Marvin Gaye'.
Asked by Ryan Seacrest on iHeartRadio if she has a set list in place, she said: "We're just trying to figure it out. I want to do most of the new songs, but you got to get the hits back in there. You know, still bring the doo-wop, so we're still trying to figure it all out."
On Thursday (05.05.16), the pop beauty unveiled the second single titled 'Me Too' from the eagerly anticipated album.
Taking to her Instagram account she teased that a music video for the track will follow soon.
Alongside a screenshot from the video, she wrote: "#METOO is finally on iTunes!!!!...music video coming soon (sic)"
The song follows lead single 'No', which she created after being told by her record label boss L.A. Reid she needed a hook-laden hit for her album.
She previously explained: "I was p***ed off with LA Reid. I love him so much, but after I gave him the new album, he sat me down and told me I didn't have a single. I said, 'Yes I do I have nine singles'.
"He said: 'But you don't have a bullet yet.' So I went into the studio and said, 'I'm p***ed off, I want a big angry song!' And it turned into a girl power anthem."