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Fans looking to get a 'real' glimpse into Beyoncé's sold-out tour will be sheer out of luck.
Another series of carefully selected images were released on Friday as the Single Ladies singer brought her world tour to the LG Arena in Birmingham.
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Shining star: Beyonce looked like the picture of perfection as she performed on stage during her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour on Friday at the LG Arena in Birmingham
The photo censure follows the headlines that the 31-year-old is travelling the world on her Mrs. Carter Show tour with her own snapper in tow -- along with imposing an explicit ban on unapproved photographers.
The snaps all feature head-on and well cropped looks as the singer poses gracefully for the cameras.
Her curvy body and bouncing hair is only visible from flattering angles as the singer takes part in the dance-heavy performances.
Just Beyonce: The snaps don't necessarily show others on stage in such a flattering light
Showing restraint: The singer is pictured from few angles, barely showing off dance moves
Not a speck of imperfection permeates from her always smiling face -- though she did release a couple of images of her well made-up eyes covered to the world by a multi-coloured wrap, a dancer bouncing around her.
And in one particularly glamorous shot the Love on Top songstress flashes her hand at the crowd as the lights come down to reveal falling fire sparks on the stage behind her.
All powerful: The 31-year-old is controlling what images are released from her tour
Kim Kardashian is pregnant and embroiled in a bitter divorce battle while her boyfriend Kanye West is 5,600 miles away in Paris.
And it seems the strain is taking a toll on the reality TV star.
The 32-year-old looked decidedly somber as she arrived alone at a Los Angeles studio dressed in a matching green outfit on Wednesday.
Pregnancy fashion: Kim Kardashian stepped out in a sea green dress at a Los Angeles studio, on Wednesday
Fitting arrival: Kim showed off her maternity curves in her form-hugging outfit
The reality star donned a sea green fitted dress that accentuated her baby bump.
Complimenting the garment were matching green suede stilettos.
Colour-coordinating: The reality star paired her dress with matching green suede stilettos
An empire to tend to: The television star is known for keeping a tight schedule
Sidewalk chat: Kim hurried her way to the studio doors as she was greeted on the street by bystanders
Earlier in the day saw Kim posting a snap to Instagram, but she still didn't manage a smile.
The casual self-portrait featured Kim's freshly acquired fringe and lots of makeup.
Her large almond eyes were accentuated with a healthy coating of mascara as she pouted her pink glossed lips.
The starlet captioned the snap with a greeting to her fans: 'Good morning! Early start today, have a good one!'
Morning glamour: Kim wished her followers on Instagram a 'good one' as she headed off for a busy day
If it was Beyoncé's wish to grab the attention - and the headlines - on the opening night of her Mrs. Carter tour, she certainly succeeded.
While her bootylicious body alone is enough to catch the eye - the singer took no chances as she graced the stage in her raciest costume yet.
Beyoncé, 31, stunned concert goers in a gold sequin-encrusted bodysuit adorned with a pair of trompe l'oeil breasts - complete with protruding nipples - as she stormed the stage in Belgrade, Serbia on Monday evening.
Bringing the heat: Beyoncé opened her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour on Monday evening in a gold sequined bodysuit garnished with a set of trompe l'oeil breasts
International idol: The pop star kicked off the festivities in Belgrade, Serbia and will continue the tour in Europe and North America through summer
A little help from my friends: Designers Julien Macdonald, Peter Dundas and Dsquared2, among others, are rumoured to have contributed to the singer's tour wardrobe
Although the singer started her career in clothes designed by mother Tina Knowles, she enlisted the help of some famous friends while putting together the wardrobe for her latest extravaganza.
British designer Julien Macdonald designed pieces for Beyoncé's wardrobe.
Likewise, Emilio Pucci creative director Peter Dundas and Dsquared2 designers Dean and Dan Caten, and Ralph and Russo are also said to have collaborated with the pop idol.
Footwear impresario Stuart Weitzman contributed the entirety of the dancing diva's shoes.
Humble beginnings: For the majority of her professional career, Beyoncé's costumes were designed by mother Tina Knowles
Take a breather: Beyonce gives it her all on stage but handily squeezes in some time for a little rest
Dancing queen: The fringe-lined bodysuit accentuated the singer's every move
After shimmying and strutting in the racy fringe-lined, sequin-covered piece, Beyoncé slipped into a second bodysuit.
He told People magazine:'I’ve been doing shoes for so long for her, we’ve learned what she needs,' that includes heels 'of a special width for her to dance on' rubberized soles 'so she’s not slippin’ and slidin’ around' and extra padding inside.He added: 'She really is interested in the way the
Ladies' Day at Aintree is famous for its extravagant fashion
Temperatures expected to peak at just 10C, and icy winds will make it feel much colder
A record-breaking 50,000 people will attend today's racing meet
Matalan style contest offering £5,000 prize to the best-dressed racegoer
2,000 litres of fake tan have been sold at the Liverpool One shopping centre ahead of the event
At every Aintree meet there are always runners, riders and the inevitable fallers - and this year was no different.
And as the glammed up girls of Liverpool entered the pen for Ladies' Day in bolder dresses, thicker lashes and deeper tans than yesterday, there were some who did not even make it past the first hurdle.
With more than 50,000 people in attendance, but the combination of killer heels and free-flowing champagne proved to be a bad one for some who took a tumble before the off.
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Ouch! A racegoer in a peach dress and sky high heels takes a painful-looking tumble
Fortunately both these ladies had knights in shining armour, or suits at least, who could pick them up and keep them on their feet
Careful: Staying upright in such a long flowing dress can't have been easy, left, while another lady makes gathers her belongings back into her purse, right
Helping hand: A struggling racegoer looks to be in need of some assistance after ending up on her back at Aintree
What's his excuse? Even some of the gents at Aintree can't stay on their feet it seems
Whoops! As the alcohol flows one unfortunate girl comes a cropper ... but it's ok, her friend manages to save her spilled WKD
Here come the girls: A gaggle of good-looking friends arrive at the racecourse ahead of the day's actvities
Technicolour dream: This group dressed up their block-coloured outfits with statement accessories and extreme hair
Young women show off their fascinators and blow-dries as they soak up the atmosphere at the event
Victoria Meekings of Harvey Nichols, which stages a beauty bazaar at the racecourse, said the bitterly cold winds around Merseyside were unlikely to encourage women racegoers to wrap up.
'At the end of the day the girls are here to show off their fabulous outfits so I think they'll be braving the elements,' she said.
'Aintree is a fantastic place to see what's trending and where the big labels are scoring hits with the public.
'It's real fashion theatre to see all the ladies dressed up in their heels and their dresses.
'Tomorrow is Ladies' Day and it is very exciting as we wait and see what people are going to wear.
'Liverpool girls always pull out all the stops and Ladies' Day at the Grand National is important to them so it's going to be a tremendous day.'
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