- Beyoncé’s fans think she’s dancing less on her Renaissance World Tour because she’s injured.
- The singer kicked off his tour with two nights at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden, this week.
- “You can tell he’s taking a lot of care with his foot (probably doctors orders),” one fan opined.
Beyoncé’s fans are running wild with the unproven theory that she is dancing less on her Renaissance World Tour due to a foot injury.
The 41-year-old singer kicked off her 57-show tour in Stockholm, Sweden, on Wednesday, treating fans to her biggest hits, including “Crazy in Love” and “Naughty Girl.”
However, fans were surprised that he wasn’t doing a lot of dancing and singing, leading to speculation that he was recovering from foot surgery.
Unsubstantiated rumors of a foot injury began circulating in January, although speculation remains just that – speculation.
Neither the “Break My Soul” singer nor his representatives have confirmed any injuries or surgery. (His representative did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday.)
“You can tell she’s taking a lot of care with her foot (probably doctors orders),” wrote one fan on Twitter, along with a video of Beyoncé performing her 2022 hit “Thique.”
Someone wrote: “I can see him trying not to be too hard.”
Sharing a video of Beyoncé performing “America Has a Problem,” one fan wrote: “Honestly, Beyoncé looks like she’s in pain and/or afraid of getting hurt. It’s no laughing matter.”
Is Beyoncé Injured?
Rumors that Beyoncé had undergone foot surgery began circulating online in January following her solo performance at the opening of Dubai’s luxury resort, Atlantis The Royal.
At the time, reporter Gerrick Kennedy praised the singer for his performance but said he was recovering from surgery.
In a now-deleted tweet, he wrote: “BEYLANTIS was an unexpected show. The voice is getting better. Mom was singing better. Amazing to see him and Blue Ivy doing it together. More than that. I was surprised to hear he did this after foot surgery.”
Injured or not, Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour has so far been met with positive reviews.
The Guardian’s Malcolm Jack described it as “a monster blockbuster concert experience on another plane.”
“The rush of sci-fi disco decadence, sex, body positivity and Black women’s pride, almost three hours of impressive play in the front, behind, and, at times, inside a clear football video designed to shoot. energy at a dizzying rate, ” he wrote.
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