Fresh off her “Brit Awards” performance and was just honored “Female Artist” at the NAACP Image Awards, 32-year-old Beyonce jetted straight to Glasglow, Scotland to kick off the European leg of her 2014 “Mrs. Carter Show World Tour” over the weekend.
The 32-year-old singer, who showed off a variety of new costume designs, took to the stage to perform her classic hit “Crazy In Love” single (that features Jay Z) and showed off her Twerking skills.
She also added nine of her 14 new songs from her self-titled album to her 20-song concert set-list, according to Idolator. Noticeably missing is the album’s female empowerment opener “Pretty Hurts” and the touching tribute to her daughter, “Blue.”
Watch Beyonce perform “Drunk In Love”, “Blow”, “Flawless”, “Haunted” and “Partition” below:
Also, actress Garcelle Beauvals is saying the media took her recent comments about “Beyonce can be sexy without grinding all the time” out of context.
Here’s a short quote from Garcelle’s interview with HelloBeautiful:
“I want to do it in a way that’s more classy. Certain things are just too overt for kids. I love Beyonce. I love her. I think she’s beautiful and talented. But, I think there has to be a fine line where you have to take responsibility for what you do. I think it’s good to be sexy, but sexy can come across in so many different ways. It doesn’t have to be everything showing out grinding, all of the time.”
Get the full SCOOP HERE. The classy actress responded (after the Beyhive attacked her on Twitter) by saying:
According to one media site, Garcelle is clearly saying that children are watching and ANYONE being overtly sexy could be problematic. Beyonce however is a role model for kids everywhere, even though Beyonce has every right to be sexy, kids simply shouldn’t be watching all that “grinding on stage.”