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Beyoncé attended the Sunday night show wearing a strapless yellow Valentino Haute Couture dress and matching gloves.
The Grammy-winning artist, 40, paired the look with diamond drop earrings and a bejeweled tennis ball bag — a nod to her Oscar-nominated song “Be Alive” from King Richard, Which follows tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams’ journey to stardom with the help of their father and coach Richard Williams.
Beyoncé also shared pictures of her glamorous look on Instagram. She was posing alongside her husband and rapper Jay-Z, who was dressed in a white and black tuxedo and tie, at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. The couple also stood out with Tyler Perry during the Academy Awards.
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Earlier in the night, the singer rocked a similar tennis-themed band during a powerful performance of “Be Alive.”
Beyoncé posed from the tennis courts at the Williams sisters’ hometown of Compton, California, where she looked as gorgeous as ever in a custom David Koma neon citron look for the opening ceremony of the 2022 Academy Awards. The bright and bold look featured an embellished citron top With feathers, high-rise bodysuits, a semi-sheer high-low skirt, opera gloves, and ankle strap pumps.
The star completed her look with jaw-dropping jewelry, accessorizing with massive round diamond earrings, as well as diamond bracelets and even an embellished lace around her left thigh.
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Musicians from the Compton community joined forces with Beyoncé for the epic performance, with each artist also decked out in coordinating neon looks, as well as braids and beads in their hair—a nod to the Williams sisters as young athletes.
Some eagle-eyed fans even spotted Beyoncé’s eldest daughter Blue Ivy Carter, 10, performing front and center with her mom while she wore white sunglasses.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced earlier this month that Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, Phineas, Reba McIntyre and Sebastian Yatra have been selected to perform four of the five original songs that were nominated for Academy Awards this year.
Beyoncé received her first Academy Award nomination for Be Alive – however, Best Original Song went home with Billie Eilish (along with her brother and producer Finneas O’Connell) for the James Bond movie song “No Time to Die” holding the same name.
After the sister duo performed the song, Beyoncé was shown clapping Eilish and O’Connell with a smile from her seat in the audience.