Ok Beyhive, now let’s get in formation (Picture: Getty)

Beyonce’s Homecoming performance is being immortalised in wax work form and we’re relieved to report it actually looks good.

Over the years, the Single Ladies singer has been the subject of some rather, erm, questionable wax works at various museums across the world, leaving fans to joke that the makers have clearly never actually seen Beyonce before.

To be fair, it is hard to recreate perfection…

But Queen Bey is finally being given the treatment she deserves at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, as more than 500 hours have been put into bringing her iconic Beychella outfit to life.

In pictures seen by E! News, the singer is seen wearing the memorable pink varsity hoodie, ripped denim shorts and, of course, those holographic fringed boots.

With her hair in a high ponytail and a serious ‘don’t mess with me’ look in her eye, we think they’ve pretty much nailed Beyonce’s likeness.

What a woman (Picture: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Coachella)
Commemorated in wax form (Picture: E! News)

Now, who’s coming with us to pose with the queen in Vegas?

Homecoming, which was released on Netflix earlier this year, documented Beyonce’s critically lauded performance at Coachella 2018 after cancelling in 2017 due to her pregnancy with twins Rumi and Sir Carter.

The first African-American woman to headline the festival, Bey went all out with her performance, paying homage to black feminism while featuring a marching band, hundreds of dancers and performances from sister Solange and her Destiny’s Child bandmates.

In November, Londoners were elated to hear that The Lion King star was returning to the UK, as reports emerged that the pop princess had put out a casting call for the new video for Brown Skin Girl.

With filming rumoured to be taking place in council estates across the city, Beyonce’s casting team put a call out for London based ‘black and brown people of different cultures, nationalities, ethnicities, genders and ages’ to appear in the video.

A source said: ‘Beyonce wanted this video to truly represent the essence of the song. ‘She may refer to Naomi Campbell and Lupita Nyong’o in the track, but she was keen to have normal people step forward and tell their stories.’

Now that’s what we like to hear.



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