PHOTO | Beyonce, is that you?: The singer unrecognizable at the premiere of her documentary

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The famous singer Beyonce premiered her documentary Renaissance: The Beyoncé Movie in America, based on the tour of the same name, which was a huge success.

At the premiere, all eyes were on Beyoncé because of her unusual appearance. The singer arrived in Beverly Hills almost unrecognizable, with a platinum-blonde wig, which was made for her by hairstylist Neil Farina. And she complemented this look with a silver Versace dress, chosen by stylist Shiona Turini, writes The Daily Mail.

"Wow, she's unrecognizable!" was one of the comments on social networks after seeing Beyoncé.

On social networks Donatella Versace did not fail to praise the singer for her appearance. She wrote: "...You are a vision at 'Versace'." You are unique. One of one, number one, unique! I can't wait to see the movie!…”

Beyoncé proved just how much of a star she is by not showing up at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater until after the lights went dark. And, of course, until the announcer told the guests that photography and video recording is not allowed.

A-list guests like Issa Rae, Lizo and Janelle Monae they had to put their phones in their bags during the 150-minute documentary.

By the way, the documentary was made after Beyoncé's tour of the same name, which was marked by scenography, choreography and fashion combinations from May 10 to October 1 this year. Her first stop was Stockholm, Sweden, and her last stop was Kansas City in the US state of Missouri.

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