See All of Beyoncé's Epic Outfit Changes From the Global Citizen Festival

The songstress captivated fans all around the world with six show-stopping looks during the performance.

By Samantha Schnurr 03 Dec, 2018 6:53 PMTags
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Crazy in love with Beyoncé's epic Global Citizen Festival looks? Join the club.

In fact, fans all over the world fell head over heels for the superstar's slate of looks at the event inside the FNB Stadium on Sunday in Johannesburg, South Africa. The festival was held in celebration of Nelson Mandela's work and lasting legacy for his 100th birthday. The late former president of South Africa died on Dec. 5, 2013 at 95 years old. 

The star-studded concert featured famous faces like Chris Martin and Pharrell Williams before the show's headliners, Mr. and Mrs. Carter themselves, hit the stage. 

As par for the course of a Beyoncé performance, her outfits were a show of their own as the songstress switched into six different outfits throughout the set—many of which beautifully paid tribute to Africa in their own ways. 

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See all of the ***flawless looks in E!'s gallery below: 

Partners in Style

The star couple took the stage hand in hand—Bey in an elaborate emerald design and Jay-Z in a tailored light gray suit and large medallion necklace—proving once again that they are among the most stylish pairs in Tinseltown. 

Pretty in Pink

During a duet of "Perfect" with Ed Sheeran, the mother of three stole the show in a bold pink Ashi Studio gown, featuring layers upon layers of ruffles and a unique, dramatic silhouette. 

Beaded Bey

In further tribute to Africa, the singer donned traditional Ndebele neck rings and a colorful beaded dress by Esteban Cortazar. 

All for Africa

At one point, the songstress donned a Mary Katrantzou sequined bodysuit, cape and thigh-high boots hand-embroidered with Swarovski crystals. The ensemble was inspired by a map of Africa and features all 54 African countries. 

Colorful Couture

The songstress and her backup dancers brought a rainbow of color to the stage in Atelier Versace jumpsuits, featuring cut-outs accented by safety pins à la Elizabeth Hurley.

Bold in Balmain

Beyoncé switched into some bold custom Balmain adorned with hieroglyphs for a performance of "APESHIT." The feather-adorned black and white ensemble is one of the many Olivier Rousteing designs the singer has worn over the years.