According to Tina Knowles, Beyonce Had Over 140 Costumes She Didn’t Wear During ‘Renaissance’

Tina Knowles is spilling the juiciest Renaissance-era tea on Beyoncé’s epic World Tour, and it’s more dramatic than a Shakespearean tragedy!

In a delightful rendezvous with host Sherri Shepherd on a Renaissance-themed Halloween episode of “Sherri,” Tina Knowles took us on a whimsical journey back in time. And guess what? She wasn’t just any guest; she rolled into the scene dressed like the Queen Bey herself! Now that’s commitment to a role.

During Beyoncé’s six-month-long Renaissance World Tour, Queen B graced the stage with more outfits than Marie Antoinette had pastries. But here’s the real kicker: Tina spilled the beans that there were even more costume changes waiting in the wings, or should we say, the turret!

Queen Bey, in all her regal glory, confided in Tina, saying she needed more stylists. And not just one or two extra hands – oh no! Tina went all-in and hired a posse of four talented fashion mavens to keep up with the diva’s ever-changing wardrobe. Why, you ask? Well, because they had a treasure chest of over 600 costumes to choose from! That’s more outfits than there are pages in a Renaissance almanac. And hold onto your codpieces, because Queen Bey still has around 150 costumes that she never got to flaunt. Talk about a royal fashion stockpile!

Queen Bey was not content with just a few costume changes per show. No, siree! Every night, she’d step onto that stage like a modern-day chameleon, donning not one, not two, but a staggering four to five new outfits. It’s like she had a personal TARDIS hidden backstage, taking her through time and space with every outfit change.

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Tina even indulged in some whimsical jesting, suggesting that they should have hired fans to design costumes because the audience’s attire was simply out of this world. Night after night, Tina, the seasoned concertgoer, gazed out upon a sea of Renaissance fanatics, bedecked in the most extravagant and lavish outfits. These costumes could have funded a few small kingdoms, and Tina couldn’t help but quip, “I should have hired them!” Can you imagine fans moonlighting as fashion designers for Queen Bey? It would be a spectacle for the ages!

Brace yourself for a rendezvous with history as Queen Bey’s Renaissance World Tour costumes hit the silver screen. In the upcoming theatrical release of “Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé,” we might just get to see Queen Bey in one of those 150 remaining outfits. Let’s hope she doesn’t make the director cry “cut” every few minutes for a quick costume change! Will she grace the premieres in one of her Renaissance masterpieces? Only time will tell, but one thing is for sure: this is one tour that’s rewriting the history of fashion!


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