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BUZZ: Beyoncé’s dancer saves her from wardrobe malfunction during ‘Renaissance’ tour

BUZZ: Beyoncé’s dancer saves her from wardrobe malfunction during ‘Renaissance’ tour

Beyoncé narrowly avoided a nip slip during her recent show in Germany — thanks to one of her dancers.

During her “Renaissance” tour stop in Hamburg Wednesday night, the “Cuff It” singer, 41, took the stage in a hot pink halter gown with dual hip-high slits from her own label, Ivy Park.

As she performed her No. 1 hit “Break My Soul,” one of the straps from the style started to slip.

Luckily, one of the brothers from French dance group Les Twins — which consists of Laurent and Larry Nicolas Bourgeois — sprang into action, jumping in front of Beyoncé to block the screaming crowd from seeing anything.

He grabbed the Grammy winner’s hand, placing it on the top part of her sequined dress to indicate she needed to do a quick adjustment. 

Beyoncé performing with the Les Twins.
One of Les Twins noticed the wardrobe malfunction about to happen.
One of the Les Twins saving Beyoncé from a nip slip.
He jumped in front of the Grammy winner to block the crowd from seeing anything.
Beyoncé performing with the Les Twins.
Beyoncé was able to fix her dress without incident as she continued singing “Break My Soul.”

The moment was captured on video by members of the audience, and fans gushed over how her longtime dancer saved the day.

“The professionalism, the slickness, the simplicity in his movement placing her own hand where she needed to cover! too good,” commented one fan.

“Now that is talent. That he saw something happening and didn’t miss a beat while performing and allowed her to fix it. Love Les Twins,” added another.

Beyoncé performing in London.
The “Cuff It” singer has shown off a plethora of looks during her “Renaissance” world tour.
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“Professionals at their best. Baby that’s real love for the queen. And then the show must go on,” wrote a third fan.

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Beyoncé has hit the stage in a plethora of amazing designer outfits since her tour kicked off in May, including custom creations by Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen and Valentino.

Most recently, the “Drunk in Love” singer opted to exclusively wear black designers in honor of Juneteenth, a federal holiday in the US that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved black people.

Beyoncé performing in Amsterdam.
Most recently, she wore all black designers to commemorate Juneteenth.
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Beyoncé performing in Amsterdam.
The North American leg of her tour kicks off in July.
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During her Amsterdam show, Beyoncé wore a sparkling red gown by Ferragamo’s Maximilian Davis, a silver bodysuit by Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing and a crystal-covered catsuit by Feben.

The former Destiny’s Child songstress also wore a red bodysuit by Ibrahim Kamara for Off-White and a metallic look by LaQuan Smith, in addition to the aforementioned hot pink Ivy Park gown.

Beyoncé is set to kick off the North American leg of her “Renaissance” world tour in July.


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