We showed you lots of behind the scenes photos from the “On The Run” tour rehearsals but we know a true Bey stan is never satisfied so here is the rehearsal footage King Bey shared earlier today.
Beyoncé Shares “On The Run” Tour Rehearsal Footage
You have to watch it until the very end when Blue Ivy gives her thoughts...
What did you think?
Hit the flip for more photos from opening night in Miami including the racy booty out leotard Bey wore!
Queen Bey donned a number of outfit changes throughout the night, but one in particular stood out — a chaps-like black bodysuit with butt cutouts designed by Givenchy.
Although we’re not too sure what we think about the look, Jay Z’s wife’s assets couldn’t have looked better.
When not baring her booty, the songstress wore a black sequined Atelier Versace fishnet bodysuit and a colorful long-sleeve Atelier Versace-print leotard with black-and-gold logo knit beanie.
During the 42-track set, Queen Bey also wore Diesel, Vrettos Vrettakos, Michael Costello, Alexander Wang and Elie Saab. Her stylist, Ty Hunter, took to Instagram to share of all her stunning ensembles.
As for what Jay Z wore? He mainly stuck to all black, including a custom Rodarte black, gray and white “99 Problems” jersey with black cargo pants and a lot of bling.
Here’s a few other angles on the outfit… What do you think? Do you hate it or love it?
Hit the flip for more great concert photos and details on another one of her amazing costume numbers…
Bey also made waves in this opening number getup…
She shared the details on Beyonce.com
Beyoncé and Jay Z’s On The Run Tour opened in Miami with Beyoncé outfitted in Versace for the first performance of the night, “’03 Bonnie and Clyde.”
Beyoncé took the stage wearing a custom-made Versace leotard partially crafted with see-through net featuring a full-plunge front, paired with a corresponding netted mask.
Versace’s fashion house spoke on the outfit’s inspiration saying, “For the show looks, we wanted to keep true to the songs on the album. We were inspired by the gangster, Hip-Hop feel” and referred to the opening look as “a sexy bandit on the run.”
The entire show opening look took approximately 200 hours to craft.
We definitely prefer this one to the other
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