Friday 28 November 2014

Boobylicious! Beyonce kicks off her world tour in eye popping costume

Published 17/04/2013 | 08:20

The Crazy in Love singer wore a series of dazzling costumes for the opening night of her Mrs Carter world tour in Serbia, including one that could literally have your eye out.

The gold shimmery bodysuit adorned with faux breasts and nipples, was just one of a half a dozen sexy outfits the mum of one wore, including a scarlet red gown slashed to the thighs, a mesh bodysuit and a beaded black leotard.

But it was the Julien MacDonald designed gold encrusted bodysuit, which made her look topless, that became the talking point of the show.

The singer who on the same day she kicked off her world tour, released her full campaign for high street chain H&M, where she is the face of the global brand. 

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR PARKWOOD ENTERTAINMENT - Singer Beyonce performs on the opening night of her
Singer Beyonce performs on the opening night of her "Mrs. Carter Show World Tour 2013", at the Kombank Arena in Belgrade, Serbia.
Beyonce in a custom, hand beaded white peplum one-piece by designers Ralph & Russo on the opening night of her "Mrs. Carter Show World Tour
Beyonce released her H&M campaign on the same day she started her world tour

Her mother Tina Knowles has been her stylist from her early days, and now consults with designers on stage outfits for her daughter, who performed at the inauguration of President Obama in January.

The 31-year-old singer is on the first leg of a 65 date world tour, which takes in Croatia this week, and comes to Dublin next month for a date in the Aviva stadium.

The Bootylicious star is performing almost every night until her tour ends in New York on August 5.

The high octane performance at the Kombank Arena in Serbia saw her perform over 20 songs from her vast catalogue, including hits from her time in Destiny’s Child. 

Her set list included Run the World (Girls), Irreplaceable, Survivor, Crazy In Love and finished up with a tribute to Whitney Houston with a rendition of I Will Always Love You.

 

 

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