Eye-catching is just one of the words that could be used to describe Beyoncé's just-launched [article id="1701288"]Mrs. Carter Show Tour[/article]. Queen Bey kicked off the jaunt on Monday night in Belgrade, Serbia, at the Kombank Arena. Not only did she bust out some of her biggest tunes, but she stunned the crowd in a number of dazzling, even provocative looks.
In photos taken at the show, Bey rocks any number of sparkly bodysuits, including a glowing black cat-suit and a sparkly Janet Jackson-inspired baseball cap (with cat ears!). But there's one look in particular that's sure to shock the BeyHive. At one point during the show, Beyoncé hits the stage in a gold-sequined bodysuit that accentuates her chest in a way that leaves very little to the imagination. While fans don't actually see anything, the bedazzled get-up makes it appear that the pop star's chest is on full display — with, well, erect nipples.
As for the set list making the rounds online, new tunes from [article id="1703290"]Bey's highly anticipated album[/article] were noticeably missing. And while she has dropped the single [article id="1703825"]"Bow Down/ I Been On"[/article] and teased [article id="1704982"]"Grown Woman" in a Pepsi ad[/article], she kept the set list to previously released jams on the first night of her tour.
According to a Just Jared report, Beyoncé begins the night with her anthem "Run the World (Girls)." From there, it's more hits from her solo albums, as well as a little Destiny's Child sprinkled in. "I just have to say, I'm so happy to be here tonight," she told her Serbian fans in a video posted online before asking them to join her in singing "Irreplaceable."
Bey wraps up with the inspiring ballad "Halo" and "Green Light" as her outro. She''ll play Croatia on Wednesday and the tour will continue around the globe over the next couple months, with stops in Paris, Milan and London, among others. In June, she'll kick off the Stateside leg of the jaunt at Los Angeles' Staples Center with the Mrs. Carter Show slated to end in August at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.