Singer's show in East Rutherhood, New Jersey was the 49th and last on The Formation World Tour
Beyonce brought The Formation World Tour to a close last night (October 7) with a show in East Rutherford, New Jersey featuring a trio of special guests.
The singer welcomed tennis champion Serena Williams to the stage for ‘Sorry’, the song Williams dances to in Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ visual album.
Later in the set, husband Jay-Z joined the singer for a rendition of their hit ‘Drunk In Love’ from the ‘Beyoncé’ album.
Towards the end, Kendrick Lamar joined Beyoncé for a performance of their ‘Lemonade’ track ‘Freedom’.
Beyonce began The Formation World Tour in April and played a total of 49 shows across Europe and North America. The UK and Ireland leg comprised seven stadium gigs in June and July, including a two-night stint at London’s Wembley Stadium.
During a Formation World Tour show last month (September), Beyonce paid tribute to late rapper Shawty Lo. Shawty Lo, real name Carlos Walker, was killed in a car crash when his car went through a guard rail in Georgia on September 21.
Five days later, Beyonce was performing at the Georgia Dome in the rapper’s hometown of Atlanta when his hit ‘Dey Know’ came on. She danced to the track, before resuming her own show.