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Hold up! Beyoncé’s tour kicked off in Miami last night and it looks incredible


Beyoncé kicked off the ‘Formation Tour’ in Miami last night and it genuinely looks like the greatest tour of all time.

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Here is our run-down of the best things that happened in Miami last night (we imagine someone did a comedy slip running to the stage but not as entertaining at Queen B)

🍋 Remember the ‘Surfboard’ jumpers that everyone bought from ‘The Mrs Carter Show’? She may have just topped it with this ‘Boycott Beyoncé’ t-shirt. Slay.

🍋 The stage is huge. No really, you’re going to have an incredible view, even if you’re at the back:

🍋 The set-list contains all the hits, including ‘Halo’, ‘Crazy In Love’, ‘Drunk In Love’ and ‘Single Ladies’. Two ladies were invited on stage during ‘Single Ladies’, and they completely killed the choreography.

🍋 Fans of a Bey deep cut will be pleased to know that she does plenty of them, including ‘Rocket’, ‘Grown Woman’, ‘Party’ and ‘Hip Hop Star’.

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🍋 Oh, and she does ‘Sweet Dreams’ on tour for the first time since 2009.

Sweet dreams 💤🎤 #beyonce #queenbee #sweetdreams #worldformationtour #miami #florida #slaying #flawless

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🍋 She does eight songs from her new album, ‘Lemonade’, including ‘Don’t Hurt Yourself’, ‘Hold Up’ and ‘Sorry’. Let’s hope she adds ‘Sandcastles’ before she comes to the UK.

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🍋 The show is just full of surprises too, including this rendition of ‘Runnin’ (Lose It All)’. This completely makes up for the lack of ‘Deja Vu’.

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Seriously, June can’t come quickly enough.

Are you as excited for the ‘Formation Tour’ as we are? Tweet us at @maximumpop.

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