Beyoncé was in New Zealand last week for "The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour," where she performed four consecutive concerts at the Vector Arena in Auckland.

Following her final concert, the 32-year-old singer was treated to the Haka dance which was done by the backstage crew and led by Kiwi singer Stan Walker, who performed with Beyoncé earlier that night. The Haka is a traditional war dance used to intimidate the opponent, and is performed by the All Blacks rugby team before every international game. 

The dance is also meant to honor distinguished guests of New Zealand. Beyoncé certainly returned the favor with her own interpretation of the dance. Watch above.

[via Rap-Up]

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