Beyonce performed during the Formation World Tour at MetLife Stadium on Friday, October 7, 2016, in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Author : Isabelle Doll Ngcobo
Performing the last show infront of a star studded audience Queen Bey surprised the unsuspected concert goers by bringing Jay Z, Kendick Lamar , Serena Williams to the stage.
Give it up for my man,” Beyonce said as Jay Z walked onstage. The audience went wild in uniformity in anticipation of a duo act by Beyonce and Jay Z that they haven’t seen in almost a year.
Performing ” Drunken Love ” with Jay for a few minutes .The two playfully , lovingly and sparringly savored every moment on stage together singing ,groovi”n and hugging affectionately.
Later in the show, Beyonce was joined on stage by Kendrick Lamar as they performed their song “Freedom” together.
In Lamar fashion, the ” Freedom” song with Beyonce was performed with high intensity that exploded into a combastion of moves stomping , splashing and stepping with special lighting effects that burned the floor.” While delivering his verses Lamar smiled proudly alongside Beyonce at the end of the song. Spectacular!
Bey even brought out her friend Serena Williams on stage as a symbolical presence. The duo then recreated one of the many memorable scenes. from the sony video and broke into sexy “lemonade” moves, adding more flavor dancing haughtily for a moment before Serena left the stage.
With a few exceptions . The show format was pretty much the same and didn’t lose its initial appeal. Repetition breeds affection that made it blissfully easy to process the familiar since Formation launched in Miami on April 29.
Themed segments leaning heavily on Lemonade — ambitiously was played out during the concert.
The fireworks, the 50-foot flames, the “Monolith” — the gargantuan 60-foot-tall, rotating video cube at the center of the main stage — and wall of lights around it, the runway and secondary stage at center of the floor, which transformed into a huge wading pool Beyonce and the dancers performed the last few songs in.
Throughout the night, the Grammy winner also treated the sold-out crowd to the first-ever performance of herLemonade track “6 Inch,” in addition to new video interludes and stunning yellow costumes.
Following an encore performance of “Halo,” which included a brief fireworks display, Beyoncé thanked her fans and crew before giving one final message: “Until next tour!”