10 Times We Couldn't Believe Our Eyes During Beyoncé and Jay Z's On the Run Tour

Let's face it, it was all Yoncé.

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Over the weekend, our lives changed forever when we finally feasted our eyes on Beyoncé and Jay Z's On The Run tour. Pror to the show, we were nervous that it had been hyped too much, but as soon as the Carters hit the stage we remembered that it's impossible to overestimate the fierce twosome.

The two hour, 44-track set was as much a trip down memory lane — with early 00's hits like "Crazy in Love," "Naughty Girl," and "Public Service Announcement" — as it was a medley of the pair's latest slew of hits from Beyoncé's self-titled album and Jay Z's Magna Carter Holy Grail. Whether performing solo or together, each oozed guesto and sex appeal. As for those pesky cheating rumors, the concert put all of our worries to rest. This, despite Bey showing off her vengeful side with ballads like "Ring the Alarm" and "Resentment." They certainly like to keep us guessing.

Naturally, we've been going through Bey and Jay withdrawl ever since they closed the show with "Lift Off," and have to to relive some of our favorite moments. Let's face it, they all belong to Yoncé.

1. The couple opened with "03 Bonnie & Clyde," then stared out at the crowd like this:

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2. Oh, and Beyoncé turned around and proved to us that she may be a mom, but she still looks fierce.

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3. Trouble in paradise? We think not. Yoncé threw up her hubby's hova hand sign in head-to-toe Versace.

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4. Bey repped her home state Texas in studded leather and denim cut-offs.

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5. Blue Ivy's parents showed off some major PDA.

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6. Queen Bey commanded the crowd with fiery rendition of "Ring the Alarm."

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7. She debuted an all-black-look designed by New York City's own Alexander Wang.

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8. Mrs. Carter sang "Resentment,'" with those cryptic, rumor-fueling lyrics live.

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9. The couple performed Jay's hit "Forever Young."

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The Set List

  1. 1. '03 Bonnie & Clyde

    2. Upgrade U

    3. Crazy in Love

    4. Show Me What You Got

    5. Diamonds Is Forever

    6. N****s in Paris

    7. Tom Ford

    8. Run the World (Girls)

    9. Flawless

    10. Yoncé

    11. Dirt off Your Shoulder

    12. Naughty Girl

    13. Big Pimpin'

    14. Ring the Alarm

    15. On to the Next One

    16. Clique

    17. Diva

    18. Baby Boy

    19. U Don't Know

    20. Ghost / Haunted

    21. No Church in the Wild

    22. Drunk in Love

    23. Public Service Announcement

    24. Why Don't You Love Me

    25. Holy Grail

    26. F**kWithMeYouKnowIGotIt

    27. Beach Is Better

    28. Partition

    29. 99 Problems

    30. If I Were a Boy

    31. Ex-Factor

    32. Song Cry

    33. Resentment

    34. Love on Top

    35. Izzo (H.O.V.A.)

    36. I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)

    37. Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)

    38. Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)

    39. Pretty Hurts

    40. Part II (On the Run)

    41. Young Forever

    42. Halo

    43. Lift Off
Beauty Editor

Lauren Valenti is Vogue’s former senior beauty editor. Her work has also appeared on ELLE.com, MarieClaire.com, and in In Style. She graduated with a liberal arts degree from Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts, with a concentration on Culture and Media Studies and a minor in Journalism.