Beyoncé Went to Barcelona, Sang "Irreplaceable" in Spanish Because There's Literally Nothing She Can't Do

A Bey sing-a-long in Spanish is even better.

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Beyoncé (opens in new tab) is fond of bringing old hits back during her concerts ("Crazy In Love" will never get old, TBH). On Wednesday night during the Formation World Tour's stop in Barcelona (opens in new tab), she resurrected a B'Day-era favorite, "Irreemplazable," the Spanish version of "Irreplaceable."

Fans went crazy, of course, singing along to every word of the 2007 hit.

It was the last stop on the European leg of her tour, and apparently a record (opens in new tab) 46,000 fans came to the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys. She previously whipped out "Irreemplazable" in 2014 during her last tour stop in Barcelona.

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KRISTINA RODULFO
KRISTINA RODULFO

Kristina Rodulfo is the Beauty Director of Women's Health—she oversees beauty coverage across print and digital and is an expert in product testing, identifying trends, and exploring the intersections of beauty, wellness, and culture. Prior to Women's Health, the Filipino-American, NYC native and NYU alumna was at ELLE.com for four years. As Senior Beauty Editor, she reported and co-produced the Webby Award-nominated documentary Beat: How Drag Queens Shaped the Beauty Industry and hosted the millions-viewed video series "Beauty Haul." She can never decide whether or not to get bangs, feels naked without winged eyeliner, and will never shut up about running the NYC Marathon.