A whole new show! After taking a two-month break from life on the road, Beyonce is back with the European leg of her Mrs. Carter World Tour, which kicked off in Glasgow, Scotland on Feb. 20. And fans across the pond were treated to an entirely restructured setlist and variety of new costumes.
After Bey, 32, dropped her surprise self-titled fifth studio album on Dec. 13, she added nine of her 14 new songs to her 20-song concert setlist, according to Idolator. Noticeably missing is the album's female empowerment opener "Pretty Hurts" and the touching tribute to her daughter, "Blue."
Adding to the setlist meant cutting classic tunes like the iconic "Run the World (Girls)," "End of Time," and "Diva." But diehard fans can rest assured that most of Queen Bey's classics like "Single Ladies," "Halo," "If I Were a Boy," and "Crazy in Love" remain on the lineup.
The new songs mean new outfits, and the curvaceous diva did not disappoint. In leather booty shorts and an embellished red flannel button up, Beyonce looked fierce with her hair down and wavy.
The sultry songstress also wore a sparkly one-piece while riding atop a set piece similar to the one she worked in her "Partition" music video. But the most noteworthy addition to the mother of 2-year-old Blue Ivy's wardrobe was her chain-link dress with a leather bra and boy shorts underneath.
After a little more than a month on the road, Beyonce will finally wrap her Mrs. Carter World Tour Show on March 27 in Lisbon, Portugal.