Queen Bey doesn't have to walk anywhere
Beyoncé has shared behind the scenes footage from her Formation world tour shows last month, and it's simply incredible. The clip, which Beyoncé shared on her Facebook page, shows the 34-year-old mega-star on the way to the stage in Chicago, which was the second date on her tour.
But because she's Bey, she doesn't get to the stage like a regular person. Oh no, she’s driven in a golf cart (to be fair, we did think Beyoncé would have been transported by carriage, or by Hummer, but golf cart it is #baller).
It's not just Bey who gets driven around though, in another clip, her back up dancers are riding another cart, getting excited for the show and chanting 'What time is it? Show time!' The clips, which are filmed from a skateboard, travelling alongside the golf cart show Beyoncé rocking a black bodysuit and telling the camera, 'second show in Chi-town!'
She then adds, 'I need to be filmed this way every day.' And we quite agree. It's also worth nothing that one super-dedicated fan shaved 'Beyhive' into his hair.
The tour doesn't reach the UK until July, and Beyoncé’s British fans are already getting impatient for her arrival. We've got golf-carts here, Bey. Promise.
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