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BEYONCÉ dismisses rumours of separating from Jay Z in her Formation World Tour.

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Less than a week after serving up her new visual album LEMONADE, Beyoncé kicked off her "Formation World Tour" in Miami on Wednesday (Apr. 27).


The evening started with opener DJ Khaled, who brought the stars out as Lil Wayne, Future, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Trick Daddy, and Yo Gotti all hit the stage as his special guests. Then, Queen Bey took her place in front of a sold-out Marlins Park crowd to get the BeyHive in “Formation.”
“If you came to slay tonight, say ‘I slay,'” she told the audience. “If you slay everyday, say ‘I slay.’ If you came to have a good time, say ‘I slay.'”
Bey slayed too, of course, donning seven different leotards, backed by fireworks, smoke, flames, wind machines, and an all-female dance team. For more than two hours, ‘Yoncé ran through LEMONADE cuts like “Hold Up,” “Sorry,” and “Freedom,” but also delivered past hits like “Ring the Alarm,” “Flawless,” “Drunk in Love,” and “7/11.”
During “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It),” Queen Bey brought two fans onstage with her. Together, they perfectly pulled off the track’s choreography.
Bey also didn’t shy away from the controversy surrounding her “Becky” lyric and the infidelity rumors around her marriage. In fact, she mentioned her husband Jay Z on stage, dedicating the set’s closer “Halo” to Hov, who was in the audience.
“I want to dedicate this song to my family,” she said. “Thank you guys for supporting me. I want to dedicate this song to my beautiful husband. I love you so much.”