Beyoncé followed her Glastonbury headline set with a comparatively intimate gig at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Monday night (June 27), in front of an audience that included Adele, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Colfer.
“You’ll have to forgive me because I’m still high from yesterday,” the 29-year old singer told the crowd after receiving generally glowing reviews for her performance at the festival.
She played a few songs from her new album Beyoncé’s 4! plus several well know chart hits by other musicians, such as “Sex On Fire” by Kings Of Leon.
Dressed in a canary yellow outfit, Bey opened the intimate show with her latest single, “Who Run The World (Girls),” before launching into several tracks from her new album 4, with her new single “Best Thing I Never Had,” “End Of Time” and “1+1″ proving a hit with the crowd.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the night was Bey’s spectacular cover of Queen‘s “Bohemian Rhapsody, “which Knowles claimed she “ran out of time” to perform at Glasto.
Watch Beyonce perform last night at Shepherds Bush Empire…