Beyonce Robots

Beyoncé actually used legit robots in her 'Renaissance' opener, and that's on some future ish

Okay, robots, now let's get in formation!

Beyoncé has just kicked off her ‘Renaissance World Tour’, and let me tell you, the beehive is going absolutely bonkers over the high-tech and special effects that have me asking when? where? And how do I get to one of these shows?

‘Renaissance’ is Beyoncé’s latest album, six years after ‘Lemonade’ in 2016. Her latest bangers include dance, disco and a futuristic vibe that you know is going to be spectacular during her world tour.

Beyonce flew from the stage on a disco horse as she closed her first 'Renaissance' concert.

As well as the horse - which was first seen on the album cover for 'Summer Renaissance' - Beyonce also made use of a pair of robotic arms while she sang 'COZY' from her latest album.

Other props that were used throughout the night include a disco ball, a floating disco horse and robotic arms with UV lights that transformed Beyoncé’s dress from a plain to a coloured outfit instantly.

With no opening act, Beyonce kicked off the show by treating fans to a selection of songs she doesn't often perform live, including 'Dangerously in Love' - which she hasn't sang on stage since 2009 - 'Flaws and All', and 'I Care', as well as a cover of Mary J. Blige's 'I'm Goin' Down'.

The futuristic 'Renaissance' section saw her perform the album in full and she also played a selection of her biggest hits throughout her career, including 'Drunk In Love', 'Formation', 'Love on Top' and 'Crazy In Love', as well as featuring mash-ups and interludes of tracks by a string of other artists, including Kendrick Lamar's 'Alright', Britney Spears' 'Toxic', Jackson 5's 'I Want You Back', and Nina Sky's 'Move Ya Body'.