Grammy Award-winning singer Beyoncé appreciated her fans for dressing up as her for Halloween and shared a collage of pictures showing people that did so.
Famous singer Beyoncé felt the love from many of her fans on Halloween and took to her Instagram page to thank them for dressing up as her. She shared a collage of pictures showing those that wore costumes she has rocked in the past, captioning it:
"Thank you for the love on Halloween! Ya'll are coming for my 'fits!! ?."
Beyoncé at the Kobe Bryant Memorial Service on February 24, 2020. | Photo: Getty Images
Beyoncé received so much love on the internet on Halloween. A model and drag queen from India recreated one of the singer's stunning looks, dazzling in a red dress and headdress. The fan captioned the snapshot:
"She Moves a Goddess, and she looks a Queen ♥️."
Female rapper Saweetie and plus-size model Tabria Majors are also featured in Beyoncé's collage picture post. Saweetie recreated the album cover for Beyoncé's former girl group, Destiny's Child's "Bootylicious."
Saweetie played the roles of Beyoncé and her former bandmates, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, on the album's cover art, earning praise from her fans.
At the start of the year, Beyoncé dropped the first installment of the collection, which sold out instantly.
Meanwhile, Tabria released a ten-minute Halloween video. She recreated some of Beyoncé's music videos, saying she wanted to pay tribute to the singer, who she admired and respected so much.
Another fan, Whitney, from Des Moines, Iowa, recreated another Beyoncé look and posed beside a Mona Lisa picture as she wore a pink silk pajamas-like dress. She also rocked long curly hair.
With her outfit and pose, Whitney tried to recreate Beyoncé's look in the music video where the singer and her husband posed in front of a Mona Lisa photo.
Besides being a music mogul, Beyoncé is also a fashion icon and has continued to inspire many people in the world with her style. She owns a fashion collection called Ivy Park x Adidas.
At the start of the year, Beyoncé dropped the first installment of the collection, which sold out instantly. The second installment dubbed "The Drip 2 Collection" will drop on Thursday.
The "Drunk In Love" singer also appeared in the December issue of British Vogue's magazine, where she wore a custom crystal thong. In her cover interview, the 39-year-old revealed 2020 has been a tough year and that she has decided to permit herself to focus on her joy.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z share three children, their first child and daughter, Blue Ivy, and her twin siblings, Rumi and Sir.