Beyoncé faced a setback during her recent “Renaissance” tour stop in Amsterdam when the stage crew failed to assist her during the finale.
A video of the incident went viral, showing the singer remaining seated atop a silver horse for the entire “Summer Renaissance” performance. When a crew member reached out to help her down, Beyoncé, 41, pushed his hand away and mouthed “Oh, my God!” at the workers.
Twitter users speculated about the fate of the stage crew following the mistake. Some praised Beyoncé for her composure, while others joked that she likely held an emergency staff meeting after the show.
Beyoncé ‘pissed’ by ‘Renaissance’ tour stage crew’s mistake
While some criticized the stage crew, others applauded Beyoncé for keeping her cool during the mishap. In addition to the onstage error, Beyoncé made headlines for wearing all black designers onstage to honor Juneteenth. The “Renaissance” tour began in May and in late May, Beyoncé’s eldest daughter, Blue Ivy, joined her mom onstage for an unforgettable dance performance. The singer’s youngest daughter, Rumi, was also present at the show and held up a “We Love You Blue!” sign in support.
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America Beyoncé has a problem.
A stage crew flubbed the finale of Sunday’s “Renaissance” tour stop in Amsterdam, and Queen Bey’s “pissed” reaction was caught on camera.
In the viral video, Beyoncé, 41, stayed seated atop a silver horse for her entire “Summer Renaissance” performance after her production team missed their cue to help her down.
When one crew member reached up to help Bey, the singer could be seen pushing his hand away.
Beyoncé, 41, also moved her microphone aside to mouth “Oh, my God!” at the workers.
On Monday, Twitter users speculated about whether the stage crew “got fired” or went “home with no money” after the mistake.
“Beyoncé definitely had a staff meeting immediately after the show,” one fan joked.
Another added, “this was a lot… the crew in the photo, dancers where they’re not supposed to be, reneigh [the horse’s name] and beyoncé still on the ground, beyoncé slapping the crew members hand after they tried to tug on her, her pushing the stair case away cause she was pissed off… this show was chaotic…”
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Others praised the former Destiny’s Child member for mostly keeping her cool, writing that they would have thrown “a mic at somebody’s head” under the same circumstances.
“i’m tryna become beyoncé levels of ‘the show must go on’ when i get pissed off at work,” the tweet read.
In addition to the onstage error, Beyoncé made headlines for wearing all black designers onstage to honor Juneteenth.
She began her world tour in May. Later that same month, Beyoncé’s eldest daughter, Blue Ivy, joined her mom onstage for an epic dance performance.
The 11-year-old’s sister, Rumi, attended the show and held up a “We Love You Blue!” sign in support.