Beyoncé gave her beehive a special gift in Barcelona, when she sang "Irreemplazable," the Spanish version of her 2006 B’day hit track "Irreplaceable."
The 46,000 adoring fans lost their collective minds Wednesday in the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys venue.
Versus the English version, in Spanish she sings "you see, I'll forget you" instead of "to the left" — but it's every bit as amazing.
A video of the performance was shared on the fan account.
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The concert was the last stop on the European leg of her Formation World Tour.
“Irreemplazable” originally appeared on a bonus disc of the same name, released with the B'Day deluxe edition in 2007.
Maybe this opens the floodgates for more of Queen’s B’s music en español. We know she sings, dances, produces, acts, and writes songs – it seems anything is literally possible for the Houston-born super-star.