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Beyonce looks sensational as she channels Old Hollywood in glam new Instagram snaps

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Beyonce is looking picture-perfect as always (Picture: Beyonce/Instagram)

Beyonce continues to slay on the ‘gram as she shared another series of flawless snaps from her recent trip to London.

The Irreplaceable singer, 40, oozed Old Hollywood glamor in her latest gallery of images she posted on Instagram on Wednesday night.

The Freakum Dress hitmaker looked flawless in a black and emerald green satin plunging gown that featured a huge leg slit.

Posing up a storm in locations such as Harry’s Bar in London’s Mayfair, the superstar singer showcased her famous figure while working it for the camera.

The Ring The Alarm singer added a whole lot of bling to the outfit thanks to her choice of a diamond and emerald necklace with matching drop earrings.

In several photos, Queen Bey paired the look with green metallic stilettos, before she switched it up and wore black sandal heels.

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The singer brought some Old Hollywood glamor to London this month (Picture: Beyonce / Instagram)
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Green goddess vibes (Picture: Beyonce / Instagram)

Fans were also treated to a slow-motion video of Beyonce walking down a hallway with black cat-eye shades, proving the Kitty Kat singer was clearly feeling herself in the stylish ensemble.

The Green Light hitmaker and her husband Jay Z were recently living it up in London after attending the premiere of the rapper’s new film project, The Harder They Fall.

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Looks like Beyonce was feeling herself (Picture: Beyonce / Instagram)
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Bow down, b**tches (Picture: Beyonce / Instagram)

The Harder They Fall, which is based on real-life figures from American history, follows an outlaw who reunited his gang to seek revenge on his enemy after finding out he is being released from prison.

Jay Z serves as a producer on the film, and says he wanted to be involved in the project to see black people represented in a western.

He explained to PA: ‘Just to see us represented, you know, with a lot of films we didn’t see ourselves in westerns, as if we didn’t exist.

‘It is almost odd, people think that it’s like a caricature, that they are playing roles, but they’re not playing roles. These names like Stagecoach Mary, all the actors in this, they really existed in this time, so just see us represented and see that we have voices.’


Credit: Original article published here.

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