Beyoncé had last performed a full concert back in 2018, when she and husband JAY-Z appeared at the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 event. Fortunately, The Queen is back!
Pop star Beyonce reportedly earned a $24 million pay cheque for performing at the private concert in Dubai. Beyonce reportedly earned more than $280,000 per minute for this epic comeback concert.
After a four year absence since her last headlining show, Beyoncé returned to the stage on Saturday evening (21.01.23) when she performed an hour long set at the new Atlantis The Royal Resort in Dubai. Dozens of famous faces attended Beyoncé’s concert comeback, including model Kendall Jenner; actors Rebel Wilson, Letitia Wright and Winston Duke; singers Chlöe and Halle Bailey; and reality television stars Matt James, Tayshia Adams, Deepti Vempati, Caroline Stanbury, Chanel Ayan and Lesa Milan.
Moving through a decade of iconic hits, Beyoncé, 41 performed staples such as “Crazy in Love,” “Beautiful Liar” and “Naughty Girl,” as well as more recent tunes including “Freedom,” “Spirit” and “Be Alive.” At one point during the show Beyonce was joined on the stage by her daughter Blue Ivy Carter, 11 whom she shares with husband JAY-Z, to perform their duet, “Brown Skin Girl.” Beyonce certainly amazed the crowd by having her daughter onstage.
Beyonce looked every inch the proud mother as she invited daughter Blue Ivy Carter to join her on stage in Dubai on Saturday night for her first live show since 2018. Beyonce placed a reassuring hand on the clearly nervous youngster’s back as she joined her for a rendition of their 2019 Grammy Award-winning song Brown Skin Girl. While this marked Blue Ivy’s debut performance on a public stage, the future superstar has performed with her mum in pre-recorded situations.