What a surprise! Though Jay and Bey are across the country on their “On The Run” tour, the BET Awards streamed them into the show on June 29 to perform “Partition” — and it was totally worth it!
Beyonce and Jay Z are hip-hop’s reigning royal couple — and they weren’t gonna let anyone threaten their claim to the throne. Despite not being able to be in the building for the BET Awards on June 29, they still took the ceremony over via satellite with a performance of “Partition.”
Jay Z & Beyonce Perform ‘Partition’
Jay first rapped from a chair in the middle of the stage, waiting for his wife/goddess to come out in this stripper fantasy scene.
And once Beyonce took the stage, we couldn’t take our eyes off of her. In a metallic jumpsuit that showed off more than a little of her butt, Bey sang and danced in front of neon lights. The fun then really started when the lights cut out so that only Bey’s silhouette was visible. So. Steamy.
“Partition” had the in-concert audience screaming and everyone watching from home and to be just as turned up by Jay and Bey’s show-closing performance. What a way to end it.
Beyonce Bares Her Butt On Tour
It didn’t take this performance to show us how sexy the “On the Run” tour is though! Jay and Bey kicked off their tour in Miami on June 25, and it was way hotter than South Beach.
Not only did the dynamic duo bust out hits like “Bonnie & Clyde ’03,” “Drunk in Love” and of course, “Partition,” but Beyonce took the stage in some of her hottest outfits ever. Her sexiest number? Oh, probably the assless leotard. That’s right — the Queen showed off her moneymaker in the butt-baring outfit in which she was just a thong away from being naked!
We are at her mercy. And oh yeah, Jay Z is pretty awesome too. So HollywoodLifers, what did YOU think of the “On the Run” appearance at the BET Awards? Let us know in the comments below!
— Andrew Gruttadaro
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