Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” world tour took a false step.
Videos of the Grammy-winning actor’s opening night performance in Stockholm went viral on social media Wednesday, with many fans spotting his unusually restrained dance, fueling rumors that he’s undergoing foot surgery.
While 41-year-old Beyoncé rocked a variety of sexy stage looks, from the Alexander McQueen catsuit to the bell sleeve Anrealage dress, she mostly avoided her signature moves as the backup dancers swung around.
In particular, the singer started the concert with “Dangerously in Love 2” and more ballads, unlike the other quick options.
“You can tell him he’s paying extra attention to his feet (probably doctor’s orders),” a Twitter user speculated.
A lot Called Queen Bey “reserved” with another post“Beyoncé has ABSOLUTELY a problem with her foot. She doesn’t move or dance as much as she usually does. She still blows her ass she.
Page Six reached out to Beyoncé’s representative for comment.
Rumors that the “Halo” vocalist was battling an injury first surfaced in January when music reporter Gerrick Kennedy wrote in a tweet that has since been deleted that Beyoncé had “foot surgery” before captivating the crowd in Dubai at the opening of the Atlantis The Royal hotel. appeared on his face. .
The performance, which took place six months after the release of the “Renaissance” album, was Beyoncé’s first performance since 2018.
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The former Destiny’s Child member will tour London, Amsterdam and other destinations in Europe before returning to the United States in July on an ambitious 50-plus scheduled tour.
The seventh studio album “Renaissance” was released in July 2022.
In March of the following year, Beyoncé released her trendy “wearable album” with Balmain, which she modeled on the cover of April Vogue France.
“Thank you @olivier_rousteing and @balmain for bringing RENAISSANCE to life in couture,” he said on Instagram.
“Thank you for allowing me to celebrate the human form, take artistic risks, push boundaries and express myself freely.”