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2016 MTV Video Music Awards - Arrivals

Beyonce has expectedly satisfied our Lemonade craving at this year’s Video Music Awards.

The Queen performed not not one, not two, but five tracks from her Lemonade album. In a slow and angelic beginning, Beyonce and her dancers are cloaked in white and their signature wide-brimmed hates with “Pray You Catch Me.” Transforming from her fur white cloak to a sexy booty-baring leotard, Beyonce gave us a slow and steady twerk for everyone’s favorite breakup track “Hold Up.” And yes, the baseball bat made an appearance too.

In a sexy slithering transition. the beat drops to “Sorry” where we get to see Bey really wild out. The drums blare to the sounds of “Don’t Hurt Yourself” where Beyonce moves to a smoky part of the stages and continues to drive the crowd wild.

Wrapping up her set, Bey delivers the high-energy ladies anthem and marquee hit from the album “Formation” New Orleans bounce legend Big Freedia was on hand to give some live ad-libs.

Watch the full performance below:


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