Beyonce’s pregnancy with daughter Blue Ivy Carter, and now her second pregnancy has repeatedly been the subject matter of speculation by critics.They claimed the Queen B faked her baby bump and never conceived but used a surrogate mother or other resources to deliver Blue Ivy Carter. But during her “On the Run Tour,” HBO special, 33 – year old songstress hushed the conspiracy theorists when she aired some private home videos. Read on to learn more about Movie News Guide’s (MNG) report on the HBO special “On The Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z.”
According to Huffington Post, the pop diva shared a YouTube clip from their two-and-a-half-hour HBO special, “Beyonce Jay Z: On the Run,” which was filmed Sept. 12 and Sept. 13 in Paris at Stade de France. The Paris shows marked the end of their 19-stop tour and the couple concluded their last night with an moving performance of “Young Forever” and “Halo.” The said clip was posted by Beyonce on her Instagram account last Sunday.
On last Saturday night, HBO aired a concert film entitled “On The Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay Z,” presenting the entire experience of Beyoncé and Jay Z’s huge “On the Run tour.” The concert film was filmed at the tour’s concluding dates in Paris on Sept. 12 and 13, 2014. The special telecast special a number of show-stopping hits from artists’ catalogs, risqué film noir-style interludes, and oodles of slow-motions.
In a July pagesix.com article, a source claimed the couple was finding a way to split that wouldn’t disrupt their gargantuan concert tour. When the concert documentary premiered on Saturday, it wasn’t just a repeat of the show’s Sept. 13, 2014 Paris-set finale; rather it seemed more like the couple’s answer to the divorce rumors culminating in a magnificent tribute to Hip Hop’s royal couple, who most absolutely appear to stay drunk in love.
The Bonnie and Clyde theme of the common tour featured cinematic video backdrops with the caption “This Is Not Real Life.” during the final duet of the night at Paris, France concert, the backdrop changed “This is real life,” Jay pronounces to the jam-packed multitude of over 60,000 people and flashing “This Is Real Life” on the colossal screens.
The couple ensued to turn toward the screens performing a medley of Jay Z’s take on Alphaville’s 1984 beat “Forever Young” and Beyonce’s poignant 2008 hymn “Halo.” Young Forever” and “Halo” provide the soundtrack to an outstanding mosaic of home videos from the Carters’ more than decade-long relationship, they first started dating back in 2002, to their 2008 wedding , journey into parenthood and to Blue Ivy’s first moments spotlighting a vulnerable side to the couple uncharacteristic of their exceedingly private past. Flaunting her unclothed, pregnant belly, she revealed never-before-seen footage with her arm casing her upper body as her husband embracing and holding her belly from behind.
“This is real life” is not only “On The Run”’s influential finale, but it left an eternal impact on the audiene; the dichotomy between real and not real, authentic and artificial, truth and rumors.
Unreality TV posted the long set list includes tracks such as “03 Bonnie & Clyde,” “Run the World,” “Naughty Girl,” “Baby Boy,” “Drunk in Love,” and “Part II (On The Run)”, to name but a few. Check out the full set list by clicking HERE.
And that’s it for MNG’s Beyonce, Jay Z and Blue Ivy scoop. For more information about their new ventures and news about your favorite celebrities, movies and TV shows, check Movie News Guide (MNG) daily. Watch a clip from the two-and-a-half-hour HBO special, “Beyonce Jay Z: On the Run,” below: