During a recent performance in Hamburg, Germany, one of Beyoncé's dancers appeared to quickly rescue her from a wardrobe malfunction.
As various videos that were originally uploaded to TikTok show, Bey was joined onstage by Larry and Laurent Bourgeois—better known as the Les Twins—as she performed the Renaissance single "Break My Soul." At one point, one of the brothers grabbed Bey's hand and stood in front of her briefly. He appeared to make some sort of adjustment, before twirling off and dropping to the ground in an effortless move that makes the whole situation look planned.
While it's not clear if she actually was in danger of experiencing a wardrobe malfunction, Beyoncé did seem surprised when the dancer grabbed onto her and stood in the way of the audience's view. Regardless, fans have praised the moment and the connection the twins have with Bey.
During a recent interview with One37PM, the pair spoke about their commitment to always improving their choreography while on tour with Bey. "We never try to do better than before—we always do. It’s insane! As we speak right now—I want to make the choreography harder,” said Larry. "Of course it’s amazing—we don’t realize until we realize you know? Even if there was no money for dancing, dance would still be my lifestyle," added Laurent. "Touring, seeing new faces, and doing what we’re doing is a great experience. We want to bring joy and inspire the world!”
The apparent wardrobe malfunction rescue wasn't the only notable moment that went down during the Hamburg stop of the Renaissance World Tour. Beyoncé led a moment of silence for her dance co-captain Amari Marshall's brother Andre, who passed away last week. "Thank you B, Jay, Chris and my entire cast for the outpour of love," Marshall wrote in an Instagram post. "Thank you everyone to who has reached out. Please know that me and the family love you all. And that we ask for time and privacy at this time."