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Beyonce swirls through high-glam ensembles at Toronto stop of Renaissance Tour

Beyonce flashes the flesh in a glittering chain mini as she swirls through high-glam ensembles at Toronto stop of Renaissance Tour

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Beyoncé oozed high-octane glamour Saturday night as she kicked off the North American leg of her Renaissance Tour.

The 41-year-old pop star was a sizzling sensation that evening, hitting the stage for the first of two concerts at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.

Once the show was over, she fired up her Instagram and regaled her more than 300 million followers with an album of her jaw-dropping looks.

At one point she was decked out in a flesh-flashing chain mini that shimmered under the lights and featured a tantalizingly open weave.

Her dress was perfectly sculpted to fall over her enviable hourglass frame as she hopped up onto the piano and crossed her shapely legs.

Hello, gorgeous: The 41-year-old pop star was a sizzling sensation that evening, hitting the stage for the first of two concerts at the Rogers Centre in Toronto

Hello, gorgeous: The 41-year-old pop star was a sizzling sensation that evening, hitting the stage for the first of two concerts at the Rogers Centre in Toronto

Another one of her costumes was a saucily militaristic look featuring head-to-toe camouflage and a towering pair of thigh-high stiletto boots. 

Beyoncé has just returned to work after a brief week-and-a-half holiday following the end of the European leg of her tour.

After wrapping up an engagement at the National Stadium in Warsaw, she indulged in a bit of time off – though not out of the public eye.

Earlier this week she and her husband Jay-Z were among the star-studded guest list at billionaire Michael Rubin’s Fourth Of July party in the Hamptons.

Kim Kardashian could also be glimpsed swanning around the fete, where Tom Brady was locked in conversation with Emily Ratajkowski, as confirmed by DailyMail.com.

The Renaissance World Tour began in May to promote an album of the same name that Beyoncé released last summer. 

Renaissance, the beginning of a planned trilogy, is the first album she has dropped since the debut of her seminal Lemonade in 2016.

After rehearsing at the Paris La Défense Arena, Europe’s biggest stadium, she inaugurated her latest tour in Stockholm in mid-May.

Making it happen: Once the show was over, she fired up her Instagram and regaled her more than 300 million followers with an album of her jaw-dropping looks

Making it happen: Once the show was over, she fired up her Instagram and regaled her more than 300 million followers with an album of her jaw-dropping looks

Use it or lose it: Her dress was perfectly sculpted to fall over her enviable hourglass frame as she hopped up onto the piano and crossed her shapely legs

Use it or lose it: Her dress was perfectly sculpted to fall over her enviable hourglass frame as she hopped up onto the piano and crossed her shapely legs

Hello, gorgeous: Another one of her costumes was a saucily militaristic look featuring head-to-toe camouflage and a towering pair of thigh-high stiletto boots

Hello, gorgeous: Another one of her costumes was a saucily militaristic look featuring head-to-toe camouflage and a towering pair of thigh-high stiletto boots

Back at it: Beyoncé has just returned to work after a brief week-and-a-half holiday following the end of the European leg of her tour

Back at it: Beyoncé has just returned to work after a brief week-and-a-half holiday following the end of the European leg of her tour

The plan: After her brace of concerts in Toronto this weekend, she will return to the United States and take the show on the road through her native country

The plan: After her brace of concerts in Toronto this weekend, she will return to the United States and take the show on the road through her native country

From there she thundered through a glittering array of European cities including London, Barcelona, Marseille, Amsterdam and finally Warsaw.

After her brace of concerts in Toronto this weekend, she will return to the United States and take the show on the road through her native country.

Her schedule will whisk her through wide variety of American cities ranging from Philadelphia to Kansas City to Nashville to Las Vegas to Los Angeles. 

Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour will come to a close on September 27 with a one-show engagement at the iconic Superdome in New Orleans. 

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