Beyonce shows off her phenomenal figure in blue latex bodysuit + Details and pics

BEYONCÉ shows there are no holds barred when it comes to promoting her latest clothing range.

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Beyonce is an American hip hop and rap star. Beyonce has come a long way in achieving fame in the world of music, after a while working in the field of music, Beyonce's talent in acting was also discovered. Beyonce has starred in some of the most famous Hollywood movies.

Content continues to be rolled out for Beyonce's fifth Ivy Park collection with Adidas. The newest promotional piece is a 15-second-long Instagram reel starring the 40-year-old mogul, posted to Ivy Park's account. In it, a latex-clad Beyonce strikes a sultry pose on a blue and yellow plaid patterned sofa. 

The music artist sits on the retro piece of furniture with her legs crossed as she gives the camera a smoldering come hither look.She's dressed in a sleeveless, body-clinging blue catsuit with a deep neckline that highlights her pert chest. The one-piece number extends down to her feet, transitioning into an attached pair of pointed-toe heeled boots. 



Topping the suit is an olive green and silver sequin houndstooth trench coat. Bey posed with it hanging off her shoulders as she sat with her arms stretched out on either side.  Seen behind her on a wood-paneled wall is a large, detailed portrait of her Ivy Park nameplate belt.

In the image - which doesn't show her face - her torso is front and center as she grips the accessory with almond-shaped French manicured nails.She wears a blue denim jumpsuit that pulls in at the waist. The sleeves in the picture are rolled up.

The former Destiny's Child front woman's hair is styled in a deep part and tucked behind her ears.Her honey-hued tresses are styled long and sleek, forming ringlets at the ends as they cascade over her chest.  The recording, which is soundtracked by the song It Feel Good to Be Me by Blackway, loops continuously.It oscillates between wide and closeup shots as the mom-of-three seductively pulls her arms into her lap.

Mrs. Sean Carter sports super size shimmery blue earrings in her ears and rocks a full face of soft glam.She has a green and gold manicure in the snippet, consistent with her look in other shoots for the new range. The video comes one day after the brand shared a photo of the megastar in the same outfit.

In the outtake Beyonce posed standing up as a shelf of trophies was set up in the background. Bey was seen seductively gazing into the camera while gently brushing her luscious honey brown strands behind her ear. 


Beyonce Is On TikTok



Since she’s Beyoncé, at the time of this writing, she already has over 169,000 followers with no posts (she’s over 660K as of this morning and still no posts). Back in August, she said to Harper’s Bazaar that she has been working on new stuff in the studio, so this is just another signal of her arrival. There are also some reports saying that a Beyoncé album is expected in the first quarter of 2022. But there’s no official announcement from her team yet. It feels mysterious and cool, and we all know how mystery creates the most hype. 

The thing about Beyoncé joining that makes it so exciting is that she’s BEYONCÉ. It’s as if her joining has given TikTok the validation it deserves in the celebrity world—especially since TikTok has shown its power. We just saw how TikTok resulted in a music video dropping just this week for a song called “Title” by Meghan Trainor that was released six years ago because it went viral on the app. With that kind of driving power, it would only make sense for celebrities to take advantage of it—no matter how “cringey” it may seem to some. 

This may be a sign that her new music might be more mainstream because TikTok is known for that. But Beyoncé doesn’t need TikTok to go viral. We’ve already seen evidence of that with how she quietly joined the app and has already caused such a stir. My biggest curiosity with all of this is how she will approach the use of the app. I’ve always said that the power of celebrities using it comes when the celebrity goes along with the TikTok culture. Over-produced content on the app doesn’t do as well as the videos that are made to be just like all the other non-celebrity videos.



Of course, there has to be some sort of pizzazz that makes the viewer feel like they’re watching something from a celebrity, but overall, the best creations come from celebrities doing trends that have already been created by non-celebs. If Beyoncé recognizes that and goes with it, maybe we’ll see her doing the same TikTok dances we all know. With that will come people making TikTok dances and trends with her new music, which she could also hop on, and create a viral moment of many. 

On the other hand, Beyoncé is one of those people that would be able to run the app and d whatever she wants and make it viral. I wouldn’t be surprised if she is the celebrity that is able to create viral trends on her own that everyone will follow.




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