Beyonce and Jay Z have revealed the exclusive and very private footage of their daughter Blue Ivy's birth to their fans at their recent "On the Run" concert. The footage was revealed during their June 25 Miami show and show cased a very private and precious moment of Jay Z and Beyonce's life.
The clip begins with Jay Z holding Beyonce's very pregnant belly while she was expecting Blue Ivy and follows with a hospital shot of Beyonce and the baby in hospital on the day she was born. The black and white pictures show Jay Z cradling Blue Ivy in his arms lovingly and then later carried her bassinet out of the room. The newborn baby is seen holding a soother in her mouth as her diva mom Beyonce looks adoringly at her. Check out the footage here which has been captured by one fan moni_qua. She attended the concert and shared the clip on her Instagram.
The Guardian has called Beyonce and Jay Z's collaborative tour a "two hour joy ride," which featured a very seductively dressed Queen Bey dancing to the songs like "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Crazy in Love." The pair covered nearly fourty songs without any break with almost ten changes in their wardrobe.
"The lovey-dovey duo - glimmers of spontaneous affection, particularly those initiated by Jay Z, sent the crowd into a frenzy - began with Bonnie and Clyde, with Beyonce seductively walking into view to reveal a fishnet leotard and matching ski mask," writes the Web site.
"They upped the tempo with Upgrade You, and Bey released her golden mane, hair flipping around her husband in true Sasha Fierce fashion. These high-octane bangers were among the show's strongest moments, allowing both performers to bask in their own unapologetic confidence," the reviewer added.
However, according to Billboard.com the show was rather "detached" in some way as the couple did not interact with their audience much and had to adhere to a certain script.
"Despite the obvious adulation, the lines between performers and audience were very sharply delineated and both Jay and Beyone cute's were careful to adhere to script and procedure every step of the way,"
"If there was no room for error, there wasn't room either for spontaneity or audience interaction in this very finely tuned performance where one song bled seamlessly into the other, with brief musical interludes or snippets of film serving as transitions," the Web site added.
Meanwhile, check out the clip of the concert below to have an idea of the madness in Miami!