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Okay ladies now let’s get in “formation” and #keepintheloop.

I was thrilled to attend Mrs. Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter’s World Formation Tour last night at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.

When I got the initial invite to go to this concert I was like, “Hold Up”. This is the most exciting thing ever. It was going to be my first time seeing Queen Bey live.

I wondered what I was going to wear. Hmm. Do I go for my “6 Inch” heels or my “Freakum Dress”?

For the amount of dancing that I was planning to do, my boo and my sister gave me some great advice. They said, Nina girl “Don’t Hurt Yourself”. You’ll end up being a “Broken Hearted Girl” if your feet are burning you during Beyonce’s concert. Wear something comfortable because it’s going to be hot and you’ll be standing for the whole performance.

Boy, were they right! On the day of, it was a blazing hot 31 degrees in the City of Toronto. I wanted to stop at a “7/11” for a cold slushy however, instead the girls and I stopped for an “Irreplaceable” tall glass of “Lemonade” and a bite to eat for our pre-concert pow wow.

After the pow, it was off to the Rogers Centre. We entered gate 5 with the herds of “Single Ladies” dying to see Bey. The stadium was packed to capacity. The Rogers Centre roof was closed and covered us all like a “Halo” just in case of rain or spectators from the nearby high rises.

I’d be a “Beautiful Liar” if I sat here and said that I didn’t dance my behind off at the concert. I sang along like a school girl and I was enthralled with the “Super Power” that Beyonce instills in women through her music. She empowers millions of people through her songs and lyrics. Her message was clear to her audience. She reminded us that she was a very country girl who was living her dream. And that we could do the same. We could be anything that we wanted to be with work and dedication.

Another thing that I valued from her message was that there was no such thing as a “Love Drought” because the most important relationship that you can have is the one with yourself. It reminded me of the “Daddy Lessons” that I would receive growing up. Love yourself and everything else falls in to place.

I am glad that I had the opportunity to say “I Was Here” to witness one of the worlds’ most dynamically choreographed live stage performances.

The Beyonce World Formation Tour is a must see. I guarantee it will “Upgrade You” and have you coming out of there feeling like a brand new empowered woman.

“Pray You Catch Me” at another phenomenal event in the city. The only way to do that is if you stay tuned and keep in the loop!

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