|Beyonce Improvises Performance At London's Shepherd's Bush Empire|
|Wednesday, 29 June 2011 09:32|
You would think that after her incredibly high-energised performance at Glastonbury the night before, Beyonce would be drained of all energy. Well, surprisingly, she showed no signs of slowing down and gave another brilliant performance at the Shepherd's Bush Empire last night.
Joined by her all-female band and backing singers The Mamas, Beyonce looked glowing in a yellow body-con dress and her tradmark big hair. While her shows are usually groomed and perfected down to a tee, Beyonce shockingly revealed to the audience that for the first time in her career, she didn't have a set list planned and was going to go with the flow.
Speaking to the small audience in the intimate setting, Bey said: "This is the first show where I don't have a set list. I'm just going to come out here and feel the love and do what I want to do."
She then proceeded to ask the crowd what songs they wanted to hear before belting out new single 'The Best I Never Had,' '1+1,' 'Run The World (Girls),' 'Best I Never Had,' 'Work It Out' and 'Halo,' ending the show similar to Glastonbury.
Accompanied by her trusty bodyguard Julius, Bey then proceeded to touch the fans of the fans in the front row, watched by a concerned Jay-Z.
Shepherd's Bush Empire was not short of celebs, who flocked to see the songstress in action. Jay-Z was joined by Bey's mother Tina Knowles, Gwyneth Paltrow, Adele, Jessie J, Tinie Tempah, Alexandra Burke, JLS' JB, Sugababes' Jade Ewen and new girl group Duchess.
The show, which was broadcast on the side of the Battersea Power Station, coincided with the release of Bey's new album '4.