Beyoncé isn't afraid of taking a big leap, off the side of a very high building.

The 32-year-old superstar showed off her adventurous side, sharing some photos on her Instagram account on Friday, Oct. 18 of a recent exhilarating experience: freefall jumping in Auckland, New Zealand!

She later posted a video on Friday, Oct. 25, documenting her recent exciting activity.

Before her jump, she cannot help but say "oh my God" as she nears the edge. Once she is in the air, freefalling, she is screaming and laughing.

"This is awesome!" she squeals.

And how did she feel once she touched down?

"That is so fun!" Bey enthusiastically exclaims.

Beyonce, Instagram


The first yellow-tinted snapshot features the "Love on Top" singer posing at the city's sky tower with her instructor in a purple and yellow jumpsuit, white wedge sneakers and strapped in her harness. Bey is resting one hand on the side of the railing, while holding up some of her long blonde hair with the other. She doesn't appear nervous (or maybe she is hiding it well!) and is giving a little smirk for the camera.

"Freefall in New Zealand!" she captioned the pic.

Beyonce, Instagram


The second photo shows the R&B singer about to take the plunge against the gorgeous skyline. She is leaning forward with her arms stretched out, like she is ready to fly.

And then, she's freefalling!

Bey is currently in New Zealand for her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. She performs in Auckland tonight before going into the Australian leg of the tour—which will last for almost a month.

What other exciting activities will Bey try during her tour? We will have to wait and see!

(Originally published on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013, 11:07am)

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