10. Often lost in the theatrics and choreography of a Bey show is the fact that her voice is astounding. There are levels to it, whether it's measured grace (her cover of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You”), regal power (“Halo”) or runs that sound like her vocal chords are purring. If there's anything to critique about a Bey concert, it'll never be this. To boot, she was backed by a stellar trio of vocalists known as The Mamas.
11. Think about Beyoncé's most timeless song. You might say "Crazy In Love," but try not to start singing "Love On Top"—an oldie but goodie family-friendly wedding dance ballad—at annoying volumes. It’s the first song she belted out at the Super Bowl, followed by “Crazy In Love."
12. The highlight of the pre-show soundtrack? "The Wobble.” Half the audience lost all composure and started dancing in sync as the other half watched in amazed confusion.
13. Trade you "I Care" and "I Was Here" for "Bow Down" and "Upgrade Ya."
14.The slogan for this tour might as well be: "YASSSSS!"
15. “Halo” closed out the show, but the real finale was the exit ballad that played as concert-goers filed out: Drake’s “Girls Love Beyoncé.” It's true. There’s barely anything to hate about Mrs. Carter or The Mrs. Carter Show because Beyoncé does not have time for that.
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