Beyoncé took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a look from her latest Renaissance tour with her 313 million followers.
The 41-year-old music artist, who enjoyed a recent weekend on holiday in Lake Como, uploaded two separate posts showing off her bright stage outfits.
The billionaire tycoon wore a glittering inexperienced bodysuit with an identical cape and boots in one set of photos.
In another, she seduced her viewers in an equally striking Exposed mini-suit covered in crystals.
Beyoncé did not support either posting, instead listing Warsaw, Poland as her location.
Latest outfits: Beyonce took to Instagram on Tuesday to share her latest Renaissance Tour looks with her 313 million followers
Fun look: She wowed her onlookers in an equally alluring Exposed mini dress covered in crystals
The latest outage: Beyoncé didn’t post a credit score, instead listing Warsaw, Poland as her location.
The entertainer, born Beyonce Gisele Knowles, donned a pair of bare fishnet tights while showing off her long legs.
For each image, the Texas native rocked her signature lusciously long, honey blonde locks in a middle parting.
The shiny golden locks once again flowed over her in steamy, voluminous waves that were swept up by the followers as she took the stage.
The Break My Soul hitmaker wore a number of studded diamond earrings in her multiple piercings.
With her mini costume, she wore pointed Perspex heels with crystal encrusted ankle straps.
In transparent shoes, the glamorous entertainer flaunted a shiny pink pedicure.
Knowles produced several lovely photographs for his devout followers, known as the Beehive.
She approved of all the completely different angles of her outfits, and one of the many photos was artistically blurred.
Coordination: the singer performed with a chrome microphone
Hair factor: The Texas native rocked her unusually long, icy blonde locks in a middle parting.
Flawless: The gorgeous face was firmly defined with flattering make-up
POV: One of the photos shared confirmed Beyoncé again as she sang for the group
Details: Beyonce gave viewers a close-up of her sneakers and the long tassels of her dress.
Beyonce, who usually takes her 11-year-old daughter Blue Ivy on stage to accompany her, wowed her followers in her emerald inexperienced ensemble.
As the main subject of her gift, she appeared on a life-size horse prop covered with a mirror.
At one of her current exhibitions in Amsterdam, the artist reacted furiously when her stage crew failed to help her from the stallion.
She was singing her music at Summer Renaissance when a fan in the audience caught her pushing away a team member’s hand as he helped her out of the game.
She was later filmed saying: “Oh my God!” after kicking the microphone out of her mouth.
After the music, a crew member pulled the horse prop off the stage, with him in spite of it.
Her followers joked about the incident after speaking out on social media.
One particular person tweeted: “It was a lot… crew pictured, dancers where they shouldn’t be, reigh (horse name) and Beyonce still on the floor, Beyonce slapping crew members arms after they tried to drag. she, she pushed back the stairs because she was angry… this show was chaotic…”
Another Twitter user joked that “people were getting fired”, including: “She’s such a pro that she continues her performance while hitting those notes while in the wings.”
Coordinating ensemble: The billionaire tycoon wore a shimmering inexperienced bodysuit with an identical cape and boots in one set of photos
Dazzling Gift: Beyonce dangled in the air while hanging from a harness during the finale of the gifts
Showstopper: Beyonce looked very happy as she performed the final music of her two-hour set
Earlier this month, the singer-songwriter and her mogul husband Jay-Z celebrated the sixth birthday of their fraternal twins, son Sir Carter and daughter Rumi Carter.
Beyoncé met the Brooklyn-born 53-year-old (born Shawn Carter) in 1998, and since then they’ve amassed 56 Grammys and $3 billion in net worth.
Knowles will make another appearance at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam on Sunday.
In February, Billboard predicted that the Oscar-nominated songwriter’s ninth live tour would bring in about $300 million.