Beyoncé Returns To Stage For First Time Since Blue Ivy's BirthIf you couldn't make it to Atlantic City last night, no worries, we got you photos from BeyBey's big comeback show. The singer showed she was back on top of her game Friday night in Atlantic City despite pre-show jitters. According to the NYPost:
Beyoncé admitted to butterflies as she returned to the stage last night at the Revel resort in Atlantic City for a four-night stint. “It is exciting. I’m a little nervous, though,” the new mother said in a video called “The Making of a Concert: Part One.” “It’s like going back to my old job. It’s a little strange. But it’s important that you don’t lose yourself and you still have your own passions. I’m back to work. “I’m back to business,” the superstar singer added. The video begins with a montage of the star, as assorted newscasters discuss the high expectations for her upcoming shows. Beyoncé sang the Whitney Houston anthem “I Will Always Love You,” and Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor,” according to videos posted online by concertgoers. According to USA Today, her husband Jay-Z and former Destiny's Child bandmate Kelly Rowland attended Friday's concert. Baby Blue Ivy Carter wasn't in attendance to see her superstar mom in action, but she did feature in a post-show video montage. Showing off an impressive post-baby body following the Jan. 7 birth, Beyonce performed hits "Crazy in Love" and "Love on Top" in the show's early stages, following them with the seductive "Naughty Girl" and dance floor hit "Run The World." She married her own "If I Were a Boy" with the Goo Goo Dolls' "Iris" and then paid tribute to the late Houston with the introduction of "I Will Always Love You" transitioning into the 2009 hit "Halo." Before the montage rolled and the show was done, there was time for one more crowd-pleaser, the show closing with "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)."Sounds like a fun night. Hit the flip to see some of our favorite pictures from the evening.