Beyoncé’s handmade one-legged jumpsuit was refused entry by European customs a few days before she kicks off her show in Portgual, which threatened to cause a dilemma for her stylists.
The ‘XO’ hitmaker is set to kick off the European leg of her ‘Mrs Carter World Tour’ in Portugal tomorrow, but there was a frantic panic a few days ago when her one-legged jumpsuit, which she’ll wear on the opening night, was refused entry by the EU authorities.
The attire, made from silver cobra, was designed by Rubin Singer, who uses rare skins from Europe and Asia and moulds them into stunning fashion pieces.
However, the 32-year-old singer’s stylists sorted out the paperwork with customs and the outfit arrived just in time for her glamorous show tomorrow night, according to the New York Post newspaper.
Meanwhile, the blonde beauty has just finished her UK and Ireland leg of the tour, which saw her intersperse old favourites such as ‘Crazy in Love’ and ‘Single Ladies’ with tracks from her fifth studio album, ‘BEYONCE’, which she released with no forewarning in December.
Beyoncé ended her concerts with the uplifting ‘Halo’ and a cover of ‘I Will Always Love You’.
However, the final act also included the poignant new ballad ‘Heaven’, in which the star sings of the death of a loved one.