SHE is just five gigs into her Mrs Carter Show World Tour, with most concerts already sold out.
So for those who won’t get the chance to see their idol perform live, Beyonce has posted a 90-second video clip to show them what they’re missing.
The YouTube video was posted on her official website as it was claimed the singer has banned photographers from her concerts.
Fstoppers.com claimed no photographers or agencies are being given accreditation to snap Beyonce’s show.
Instead, Beyonce’s company Parkwood Entertainment is giving out three to five pre-approved images shot by its own photographer to media after the show. The alleged photography ban comes after it was widely reported back in February the singer’s publicist had asked agencies or websites to remove “unflattering” photos of Beyonce performing during the Super Bowl.
So while photos may be restricted, Beyonce is at least giving fans the chance to see some of the tour in the new video.
The 31-year-old singer shows off snippets of three songs, a glimpse at her various designer costumes and a look at some of the dance moves and sweeping spectacle of the whole show. The video starts with her rising to the stage in her white Ralph & Russo one-piece to the opening beats of Run The World (Girls). She shouted: “How y’all doing… I want you to put your fists up.”
After a few bars of the song, there is a brief shot of her controversial ‘nipples’ gold bodysuit designed by The Blonds. The short promo also features Beyonce in her red Alon Livne gown, a black fringed ensemble and back to the Ralph & Russo number. She is then seen flying over the crowd on a rig in her navy blue catsuit Dennis Kolpodinos as she sings Love On Top.
During the 90-second clip, there is Beyonce’s signature wind machine blowing her hair off her face and lots of wide shots to include the audience. She ends the video by slowing the pace down for Halo, which sees snippets of her outfits, ending with Beyonce in the blue catsuit sitting with her eyes closed on stage. Beyonce’s tour kicked off in Serbia on April 15 and is set to resume in Paris on Wednesday night. The 65-gig tour comes to the UK on Friday and will arrive in the U.S. in June.
There is still no telling when the singer will come to South Africa. – Daily Mail