The fan held up a sign asking Beyoncé to pick between her love songs "XO" and "1+1" for their wedding.
Picking one special song to be played at your wedding could be a difficult choice to make. However, fear not, if you're lucky enough, Beyoncé can help you pick one. She won't just pick a song for your wedding, she'll make sure it's a special one too. While attending a Renaissance World Tour concert in Nashville, one crowd member attempted to try their luck. On July 15, the fan held a sign requesting that she choose between her love songs "XO" and "1+1" to be played at their wedding. The video clip was posted on @lo0261's TikTok and garnered 1.7 million views.
The 28-time Grammy winner was performing her iconic "Crazy in Love" while dressed in silver. Amidst the performance, the 41-year-old spotted the fan's sign, looked at them and said aloud "1+1" before continuing to sing the 2003 single and joining the dancers. The caption of the moment read, "Don't mind us when we completely lost our minds and club Renny was celebrating with us (while referring to the tour's VIP Club Renaissance section). I haven’t recovered from this moment. Thank you @Beyoncé for a night we will never forget."
The attendee showed off the sign in a follow-up video on the platform, which featured check boxes and read: "Pick our wedding song XO or 1+1." "1+1," a live show staple, appears on 4, Beyoncé's aptly titled fourth solo studio album. "XO" was released as a single from her self-titled fifth solo studio album.
The fan was surprised to experience this moment. Viewers of the video adored this moment. "She said that so smoothly!! To the point, others might not catch it but she knew you would. Held up her finger too," pointed out @officialonly1lexi. "You can even see her think about it lol" observed @antoinetteminor. "I'm gonna make a sign saying 'can you pay 1 month of rent?' joked @keyshiamarie.
When @damselinallure wrote "Are you okay? I would’ve passed out!" the person replied, "I had to upload my gf’s video because I almost dropped my phone when she just made eye contact and I cut her head off." They also joked in the comments about playing the video clip at their wedding and their funeral. They added, "The way the people around us started celebrating with us was so beautiful." Another crowd membered had their mystery solved. "I was wondering why she said that!!! Congratulations!! 1+1 was definitely a good pick," added @nathanhasaproblem.
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Beyoncé's blockbuster Renaissance World Tour has been an especially joyous journey for fans of one of music's most towering icons, from surprise Blue Ivy performances to heartwarming gender reveals. After a two-month stint in Europe, the Renaissance World Tour arrived in North America on July 8. The European leg of the show was so successful that the first nine shows were enough to propel Beyoncé to the top of Billboard's May Boxscore Report, making her the first woman to do so in nearly four years.
The European leg of Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour grossed a whopping $154 million, with over one million tickets sold, making it the most lucrative leg of any Beyoncé tour to date. Beyoncé's latest bombastic spectacle is in support of Renaissance, her seventh solo studio album to top the Billboard 200.