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    Beyoncé Performs Haka War Dance Backstage in New Zealand—Watch Now

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    Sasha Fierce indeed!

    Beyoncé definitely channeled her alter ego following her final show in Auckland, New Zealand, last week by playfully participating in a traditional Haka.

    After her Oct. 19 concert, the 32-year-old superstar was greeted backstage by her local crew with the traditional war dance that is often used to honor a distinguished guest.

    It is also performed by the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team prior to international matches to intimidate the opponent.

    In the video, Beyoncé can be seen coming face-to-face with several men chanting, slapping their legs, bulging their eyes out and sticking out their tongues.

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    Without hesitation, the "Love on Top" singer proceeds to mimic their every move.

    And, not surprising, she's a natural!

    Beyoncé, who is in the middle of her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, had a good run in Auckland.

    According to the New Zealand Herald, she set a new record for the highest audience attendance at Vector Arena for a solo artist.

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