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7 things we learned from Beyoncé and Jay Z during their tour

26 September 2014, 08:57Tinah Zabezolo

Cape Town - The whole world knows that Beyoncé is the queen of the stage.

Her charismatic, energetic and innovative performances are emulated by newcomers and musical veterans alike.

In the past few weeks Queen Bey and her hubby Jay Z took over America (and France) with their On the Run tour.

Millions of fans flocked to stadiums to catch a glimpse of the amazing artistry in its purest form.

Here are 7 things that we learned from the On the Run tour:

1 Beyoncé and Jay Z rule the world. It’s about time you recognise!

2 Bey has some of the most loyal fans in the world!

3 The queen's costume designer made sure her highness slayed night after night!

4 We learned a few new dance moves.

5 Jay Z and Beyoncé’s marriage looks stronger than ever.

6 Their on-stage chemistry is strong enough to set off a chemical reaction.

7 There is a reason why Bey keeps telling everybody to bow down! Because hello, who runs the world? The Carters!

Post by Beyoncé.

Bow Down Bitches!

- Channel24


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