A couple at Beyoncé's concert in Stockholm got engaged while Jay-Z, Tyler Perry, and Blue Ivy cheered them on
A couple got engaged Thursday during Beyoncé's concert in Stockholm, Sweden.
Jay-Z, Tyler Perry, and Blue Ivy watched and cheered them on in a video shared on social media.
Stockholm was the first stop on the Renaissance World Tour.
A couple got engaged at Beyoncé's Stockholm concert on Thursday, with Tyler Perry, Jay-Z, and Blue Ivy clapping and cheering them on.
The engagement was captured on social media and occurred on the second night of Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour in Sweden's capital. In the video, initially posted by Twitter user @pardonmewithp, one girl can be seen on bended knee holding a ring while her fiancée looks down, smiling excitedly.
—P. (@pardonmewithp) May 12, 2023
After the woman says "yes," the couple embraces, and the video zooms into the background to show filmmaker Tyler Perry and Beyoncé's husband, Jay-Z, applauding. Their daughter Blue Ivy can be seen covering her mouth with her hands.
During the lovefest, Beyoncé sings "Plastic Off the Sofa" from her 2022 album "Renaissance" in the background.
The Twitter account @beyoncegarden reposted the video, and the viral tweet has over 2.4 million views and 58,000 likes as of Saturday.
Engagement aside, the three-hour-long concert featured nine different costumes, per the Los Angeles Times.
One look from the tour that's gone viral shows the singer dressed up as an actual bee which seemingly alludes to her fanbase called the "Beyhive."
—Beyoncé Access (@beyonceaccess) May 11, 2023
According to Billboard, the popstar belted a 37-song set list that included hits like "Crazy in Love" and "Drunk in Love."
Beyoncé gave fans a look at the tour with an Instagram video montage on Wednesday.
"Welcome to the RENAISSANCE," the singer captioned the post.
This is the pop star's first solo tour since The Formation World Tour in 2016.
Her next stop is in Brussels on May 14, and the North American leg of the tour starts with a July 8 show in Toronto.
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