Beyonce posted pics of her impersonating Michael Jackson as well as snaps from the stage
Beyonce may have charged a small fortune for her private performance at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve, but she prefers her fans to get a piece of her for free.
The singer shared snaps from her impressive NYE set and relished the opportunity to show off yet another stunning stage costume which comprised a monochrome two-piece.
In a sequin-adorned corset and matching hot pants, Beyonce wowed guests with her incredible figure and, of course, vocals to match. She showed off her toned legs in fishnets and wore her hair long and loose and in her corkscrew curls.
To complement her already bulging photo collection on her Tumblr account, Beyonce added more pics, this time with a tribute to 80s fashion, as she wore wet-look harem trousers with a slouchy top and blazer finishing things off with a hat and leopard print boots.
Beyonce also did her best Michael Jackson impression, recreating one of his iconic poses, grabbing her crotch and pointing into the air, before adopting yoga pose with a silly expression worn on her pretty face.
She also took the opportunity to wish everyone the very best for 2013, posting: ‘In our perfect ways, in the ways we are beautiful, in the ways we are human – WE ARE HERE. Happy New Years. Let’s make it ours. Beyonce.’
While Beyonce saw in the New Year in Vegas, her husband, Jay-Z, took to the stage with Coldplay for a special set in Brooklyn, New York.
What do you think of Beyonce’s new photos, are you a fan of her fashion choices? Have your say below.
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