Of course Queen Bey brought the house down at the music festival that’s curated by her husband. And she had a little help from a wildly sexy on-stage outfit!
For her performance at Made In America, a music festival curated by Jay Z, Beyonce made sure not to leave the stage without blowing the minds of every single person in the audience. She’s owned the Super Bowl Halftime Show, the Inaugural Address National Anthem (well, sort of), and so many more, but her performance on Aug. 31 may have been her best ever.
Beyonce Ignites The Made In America Stage
Queen Bey brought the Mrs. Carter show to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, Pa. to close out Aug. 31’s Made In America festivities. And it’s a good thing she was the final performer, because we’re sure no one wanted to perform after her!
In a variety of sexy outfits — we especially loved her boundary-pushing, white lace getup — and her stunning new haircut, Beyonce took the audience on a tour through her song catalog, starting with the banger “Run The World (Girls)” and making stops on all the hits, from “Naughty Girl” to “Irreplaceable” to “Halo,” the set’s closer. One of the biggest moments of the show though came when she covered Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.” If there’s one person who can do that song justice, it’s Beyonce.
The performance was sultry, intense, and (of course) fierce; and she gave the fans everything she had, performing for about one hour and thirty minutes.
Beyonce’s Made In America Performance: Where Was Jay Z?
Really, the only possible disappoint may have been that her hubby, Jay Z, didn’t make a guest appearance when she performed “Crazy In Love.” It’s basically his music festival, and he was spotted on the grounds earlier in the day, according to Philly.com, so it’s not like he wasn’t available. Perhaps he didn’t want to take any attention away from his wife, in which case, we’re okay he didn’t show up.
Queen Bey rules again, though we’re not really surprised!
WATCH: Beyonce Performs At Made In America
— Andrew Gruttadaro