Beyoncé took Toronto by storm over the weekend on her "Renaissance World Tour," and Canadian influencers and TV personalities made sure to show up — and show out.
Over the weekend, Beyoncé delivered an iconic performance for her Canadian fans in Toronto. Among the captivated concert-goers were a few familiar faces, including TV presenters and influencers, who took to Instagram to share their Renaissance-themed outfits.
Sarah Nicole Landry (The Birds Papaya)
Landry donned a black oversized t-shirt from Beyoncé's tour merchandise, paired with silver sequinned shorts. She completed her ensemble with silver metallic cowboy boots and — inspired by Queen B herself — a silver sequin cowboy hat for a touch of sparkle.
"Cityline" host Tracy Moore delighted her fans with an outfit that exuded "Renaissance" vibes. In a video shared on Instagram, Moore posed in a chromatic sequinned romper, white cowboy boots that added a touch of Western flair and a white chromatic cowboy hat.
"My theme: Afro-future cosmic cowgirl," she penned in the caption. "I loved seeing all the bodies in all the looks this Beyoncé weekend."
She flaunted her style in a white long-sleeve mock-neck crop top that accentuated her pregnancy glow, paired with a white maxi skirt and a metallic belt.
"Beyoncé was pure magic," she captioned the post. "A stadium filled with everyone expressing themselves and pure love all around. Even my baby was dancing."
"CP24" co-host Melissa Grelo took to Instagram to share her concert preparation and outfit with her followers. She opted for a denim crop top embellished with crystals, paired with distressed baggy jeans. Her hair was styled in voluminous mermaid waves, and she wore metallic purple eyeshadow with bold black eyeliner.
In the caption, Grelo expressed her excitement and gratitude for the unforgettable experience, emphasizing how fortunate Toronto is to host artists of Beyoncé's caliber.
"Worth every penny!," she wrote. "[Beyoncé] delivered 2.5 hours of power, music and good vibes! We're lucky to live in a city where artists of her calibre come to perform."