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Beyoncé ‘Almost Cried’ While Singing ‘Resentment’ At Pasadena Rose Bowl

Beyoncé and Jay Z are having a hard time trying to hide the fact that their marriage is on the rocks, especially as they are in the midst of their On the Run tour, which still has another six weeks remaining.

Things seem to have gotten so bad now that, despite the huge amounts of cash at stake, it is becoming increasingly harder for the couple to put on a brave face and play happy families while performing on stage together.

Take Sunday, for example, when Beyoncé was onstage at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, wearing a wedding dress and veil and singing her song, “Resentment.” A source told Radar Online that Beyoncé’s eyes were full of tears during her performance in L.A:

“She looked like she had been crying from the time the concert began. Her eyes were really glassy and red, and it looked like she was just going through the motions on stage. When she finally sat down to sing ‘Resentment,’ she looked like she was ready to let it out.”

The same source continued that the singer seemed to have “low energy” on stage and has clearly been affected by the issues she is having with Jay Z:

“She never really got her energy up again after that and only smiled one or two more times during the rest of the concert. Any time she interacted with Jay Z, it seemed like she was just going through the motions. The strain between them was obvious!”

As Beyoncé sang the song, when she reached the part: “I know she was attractive but I was here first,” she “stopped after the word ‘but’ and gestured at her own body in frustration,.”

The source added: “Not long after, she stopped singing and seemed overcome with emotion. The camera was cut in tight so you could literally see her eyes welling up before she closed them and attempted to collect herself.”

The question is, will Beyoncé and Jay Z make it to the end of their On the Run Tour or have things between the couple slipped to the point of no return? You can draw your own conclusions, for now.

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