Following the release of her sixth studio album ‘Lemonade’, Beyoncé launched ‘The Formation World Tour’, a visually dramatic, explosive show of full of pyrotechnics, dancers, acrobats and a treadmill runway; because this woman doesn’t do things by halves. The tour started back in April in Miami and will conclude in October in Nashville, but last week saw the start of the UK and Ireland leg of the tour, featuring two sold-out nights at London’s 70,000 capacity Wembley Stadium. You have to see it to believe it.
Beyoncé began her rendition 2003’s ‘Crazy In Love’ in the sultry style of the 2015 ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ inspired re-release, before moving seamlessly into the original.
The singer performed a cover of ‘The Beautiful Ones’ in tribute to the late pop icon Prince.
For the ‘Diva’ dance break, the ‘Irreplaceable’ singer showed her appreciation for the UK grime scene by playing Skepta and JME’s ‘That’s Not Me’.
During a killer ‘Run The World (Girls)’, the musician took a break from singing to lead her crew of backup dancers.
The artist concluded with an emotional rendition of ‘Halo’, forcing the stadium of fans to sing along in unison.