Beyonce shocks fans by going totally naked except for diamonds in stunning new pic to announce Renaissance world tour | The Sun

BEYONCE has shocked fans by stripping naked in a new photo while announcing her Renaissance world tour.

The singer, 41, showed off her incredible curves in diamond-encrusted lingerie while posing on top of a silver horse in the jaw-dropping snap.

Beyonce covered her modesty with the strategically-placed crystals and finished off the look with a silver cowboy hat and silver thigh-high tasseled boots.

She posted the photo on Instagram on Wednesday morning, captioning it: "RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR 2023."

The Naughty Girl singer's fans went wild in the comments, with one writing: "QUEEN YOU LOOK AMAZING I DIE!"

Another posted, "My soul is ready," and a third added: "Werrkkkkkkkk take my money now."

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Beyonce will take her critically acclaimed dance album on the road in May, starting off in Europe.

After concerts in Cardiff, Edinburgh, and Sunderland, the superstar will take on London for three performances beginning on May 29.

The Break My Soul singer will kick off the U.S. leg of the tour on July 12 in Philadelphia.

She will then stop off at cities like Chicago, New York City, Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston, and New Orleans.

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The tour marks Beyonce's first extended stretch on the road since the On the Run tour in 2018, when she made 48 stops across North America and Europe.

The 28-time Grammy winner's full tour itinerary, international dates, and ticket information are available on her official website.

Last month, the U.S. Sun exclusively revealed Beyonce's strict tour rules for her crew.

A source said: “Bey knows the new performances will require intense choreography and precision, so everyone has to be clean and sober.

“There won’t be any crazy partying on the road either.

“She is also carrying out #MeToo checks with the dancers, band, and crew with hopes doing so will make the tour a safe and friendly work environment."

The insider added: “As touring can be mentally grueling, her new team will also have access to mental health support while on the road."

Ahead of the tour, Beyonce performed her first headlining concert in four years in Dubai.


She was paid $26million to host the grand reveal of Atlantis the Royal, a new luxury hotel in Dubai.

The singer was supported by her husband Jay-Z and their three kids, Blue Ivy and twins, Rumi and Sir.

Blue Ivy, 10, even joined her mom on stage for a rendition of Brown Skin Girl.

Beyonce banned recordings of the show and forced attendees to lock up their phones before the gig.

Despite the strict ban, videos of her breathtaking performance still made their way online and went viral.

She started with At Last, by Etta James, a nod to the fact the 43-story hotel took years to build.

The star then brought out hits like Halo, Spirit, Be Alive, Bigger, and ended on Drunk In Love — although there were no songs from her Renaissance album.

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