Beyoncé’s ‘Formation World Tour’ Launch: Queen Bey Honors Prince, Dedicates ‘Halo’ To Husband Jay Z Amid Cheating Rumors

Beyoncé kicked off her Formation world tour in Miami on Wednesday with an incredible performance, which included her biggest tunes, a sober homage to Prince and “Purple Rain,” and a love declaration to Jay Z with the love song “Halo.”

In under a week, Queen Bey has had time to release an hour-long HBO film and her elaborate sixth album, Lemonade, and to be caught in a huge media storm about her possibly cheating husband Jay Z.

Fans and detractors alike have been speculating on the identity of “Becky with the good hair,” to which Beyoncé refers in the track “Sorry,” and the possible implications for the Carters. However, nothing was going to stop her from delivering a two-hour extravaganza in Miami.

In a classy and unexpected turn of events, Beyoncé put everyone back in their place by dedicating her love ballad “Halo” to Jay Z, sending gossipers back to where they came from once and for all.

“To my beautiful husband… I love you so much,” she said before singing her famous hit.

Beyoncé didn’t address any of the rumors that have been circulating around the state of her marriage to music mogul Jay Z, who attended the gig in Miami’s Marlins Park Stadium, in a move that suggests the power couple is still going strong.

Jay Z looked confident as he attended his wife’s first concert of her Formation world tour, which sold more than one million tickets when it was announced in February. The show, which sends Beyoncé on the road across 41 dates in U.S. and Europe until August, is her first solo tour since her 2013 Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.

Queen Bey delighted fans with her biggest tunes and debuted many of her new songs, including “Sorry,” “Hold Up,” and “Don’t Hurt Yourself.”

She interpreted bits of “Bootilicious” and “Survivor,” which she dedicated to anyone who’s “survived any bad relationships.”


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But it’s with her sober and moving homage to Prince that Beyonce proved once again she really is the Queen. The star didn’t try to steal the show and simply lit a purple cube on stage, which she exited to leave the audience singing along to “Purple Rain.”

Fans were ecstatic with Beyoncé’s show and took to social media to declare their love and share videos, as reported by Pedestrian. The singer took the time to thank her Beyhive and declare her love to her fan club. Two girls were invited to dance on stage on “Single Ladies” and pretty much nailed it.

Once more, Beyoncé proves her act is honed to perfection and her style is flawless. Will this show be enough to quieten down rumors? Let us know what you think below.

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