Beyonce and Jay-Z are in London, turning up the glitz in black minidresses covered in diamonds while releasing a surprise remix of “America Has a Problem”

In a series of Instagram photos released from London, Beyoncé stepped up the glitz by wearing a black diamond-studded minidress and hanging out with Jay-Z.

Beyonce and Jay-Z are in London, turning up the glam in diamond-encrusted black minidresses and releasing a surprise remix of “America Has a Problem”

Beyoncé didn’t even bother with a comment, just released the stunning photos to show off her magnificent outfit.

The 41-year-old actress and her dashing husband, who just put down $200 million to buy the most expensive property in California, are currently in the United Kingdom to kick off the UK leg of her smash Renaissance world tour.

The Formation singer, who wore dazzling pink makeup and a glossed pout, had her glossy hair worn down in curled waves.

She carried a matching handbag and showed off her ample bust in the low-cut off-the-shoulder style.

The Cuff It singer’s ostentatious update comes shortly after the surprise release of a new version of her song America Has a Problem, which features Kendrick Lamar.

The original dance beat remains the same in the remix, but Lamar’s rapid-fire verse opens the new version with a bang.

Beyoncé began her tour of the United Kingdom with a bang this week, when she performed at Principality Stadium in Cardiff in front of a sold-out crowd of 74,000 people wearing a variety of spectacular outfits.

Formation, Run the World (Girls), and Love on Top were just a few of the chart-toppers she sang.

She kicked things off with a stellar mashup of Dangerously in Love, Flaws and All, and 1+1.

She wore a wide range of amazing pieces from designers like Alexander McQueen, Loewe, and David Koma, including sequined catsuits, huge metallic corsets, and barely-there tiny dresses.

Beyonce reportedly brings a body double on tour to help her see how her dances seem from the audience’s perspective during rehearsals, as it takes a lot of work to prove a stage spectacular.

Although she is known for her high-energy gigs, the mother of three has recently been much more reserved, performing a string of slow ballads to start each performance.

The megastar is disappointing her followers with a lackluster performance, but she is dazzling the critics with a performance that rocks the house.

Alex Marshall of The New York Times lauded the singer for her LGBT friendly performance, while Malcolm Jack of The Guardian rated it five stars.

Forbes estimates that Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour might earn $600 million more than Taylor Swift’s tremendously successful Eras Tour.

The Crazy in Love singer is competing with Taylor Swift, whose 52-show tour set a single-day Ticketmaster sales record of $2 million.

Tickets sales for Queen Bey’s 41-date tour, which concludes in North America in September, have the potential to earn $2.57 billion, much above the $1.9 billion estimated for The Eras Tour.