A fan reaction to Mrs. Carter Show at Gwinnett Center in Atlanta
Once the Mrs. Carter Show’s opening act, Luke James, finished his set, Beyoncé emerged adorned in a white bodysuit complemented by a miniskirt.
She was fired up, opening the show with the girls empowerment anthem, “Run this World” before segueing into “Flaws & All.” If you blink you missed her wardrobe change into a black bodysuit and cape topped of with military style hat, appropriate for the next hit single “If I Were a Boy.”
Queen Bey is badass, she flaunted those curves like nobody’s business when she flung that cape and rocked “Get Me Bodied,” and jammed “Baby Boy” and “Diva.”
The “Naughty Girl” took the show when she slipped those figure-eight curves into a nude bodysuit. Don’t want to spoil the show for you with all of the details, but Beyoncé, her all-female band (the Suga Mama) and backup dancers didn’t disappoint. Mom, Tina Knowles, gets an A-plus for Bey’s fashion. From the leopard dress to her red gown, she was elegant throughout her entire performance.
If you’ve ever attended one of Beyoncé’s shows, you know she has skills fit for a Cirque du Soleil performance. From zip-lining to her on-beat gyrations, Bey is simply amazing and works hard to please her fans.