Beyoncé rocks the O2 but fans flood at Twitter with illicit snaps

Beyoncé rocks the O2 but fans flood at Twitter with illicit snaps

It was Beyoncé’s first night in London with her Mrs Carter show – and it is fair to say the sultry star rocked the venue.

So much that her self-imposed photo censure was completely smashed as fans and bloggers flooded Twitter with their own shots of the Crazy In Love singer’s sell-out show.Queen Bey simply dazzled onstage and in the eight ‘official’ pictures released fans don’t quite get the impressive energy behind her dance-led show.It begs the question why the superstar imposes such a photo ban on her concerts as Twitter users took to the site in droves, with one fan saying: ‘She had us all eating from the palm of her hand within two songs.’

The photo censure follows the headlines that the 31-year-old is travelling the world on her Mrs. Carter Show tour with her own snapper in tow — along with imposing an explicit ban on unapproved photographers.On Monday evening no pictures were released of the Halo star performing in a dazzling blue catsuit – something fans highlighted as a hit of the show.But bloggers and fans took to Twitter to share their own pictures with the social networking site effectively acting as an entertainment news agency, providing a full round up of the show.The snaps all feature head-on and well cropped looks as the singer poses gracefully for the cameras.

Her curvy body and bouncing hair is only visible from flattering angles as the singer takes part in the dance-heavy performances.Beyoncé’s tour kicked off in Serbia on April 15 and resumed in Paris on Wednesday night.The 65-gig tour will roll through the UK starting on Friday and then makes its way over to the U.S. in June.Instead of offering a candid view of the show’s wild antics,  the concert so far feels as though its merely a fashion show, the images showcasing her sparkling head-to-toe costumes designed by Brit Julien Macdonald and a few select pieces by Dsquared2.

But on Friday’s performance, photographers from other known organizations such as WENN were able to sneak into the arena, providing a more-action packed recap of her show.No photo credentials are to be granted for her concerts, her UK publicist has onfirmed.Fstoppers.com revealed Beyoncé’s company Parkwood Entertainment is only giving out three to five pre-approved images to media after the show, and this recent snap is part of the bunch.Her choice to curate her media coverage comes after it was widely reported back in February that the singer’s publicist had asked agencies or websites to remove ‘unflattering’ photos of the star during her energetic performance at the Super Bowl.After publishing the shots, Beyoncé’s US publicist wrote to one website respectfully asking them to ‘change’ their article. – DailyMail