Beyonce Brings Out Jay-Z to Perform 'Drunk in Love' at London Show
Jay-Z surprised the crowd at Beyonce Knowles' concert in London's O2 Arena on Friday night, February 28. The rapper joined his wife onstage for the live performance of their collaboration hit, "Drunk in Love".
Looking gorgeous in a sparkly catsuit by Vrettos Vrettakos, Beyonce sat on a chair and sang the lines of the sexy track before some dancers joined her onstage. She then welcomed her husband, who hit the stage in a black shirt and a black beanie while rapping his part.
The crowd cheered as the two superstars sang while cozying up to each other. Bey then gave her man a big hug after they finished the song.
"Drunk in Love" is featured in Beyonce's self-titled album "Beyonce" that arrived back in December. In late January, she teamed up with Jay-Z to sing the song at the Grammys.
The performance, which featured Beyonce singing while flaunting her curves in barely-there outfit and showing off raunchy moves on a spinning chair, has prompted more than 40 viewers to file indecency complaints with the FCC, The Smoking Gun reports.
"Her spread eagle poses barely covered her vulva and the smoke machine didn't solve the problem," a viewer said. "Grinding against her husband ala stripper style is hardly an acceptable way to demonstrate marital love in front of children."
Beyonce is currently in the European leg of her "Mrs. Carter" world tour. The Friday concert marks Beyonce's first of six shows at O2 Arena. In addition to London, she's scheduled to bring the tour to other countries like Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Spain and Portugal.
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