Saturday, April 16, 2011

Beyonce directs her suspender-clad dancers as she shoots new video


Listen up: The star talks her dancers through some of their steps on the sandy set

She got fans all over the world doing her Single Ladies dance - and it looks like Beyonce won't be leaving the choreography to chance for her new record either.

The 29-year-old star was directing a troupe of twinkle-toed, suspender-clad beauties on a sand-covered set in Los Angeles as she shot the video for a new track, apparently called Who Rule The World.

All hail Queen Beyonce: The singer wore a golden crown as she filmed her new music video in Los Angeles earlier in the week

And in her trademark leg-baring style, she was wearing a wisp of a yellow dress that barely covered her bottom with kinky over-the-knee black stiletto boots and elbow-length black gloves.

The star has reportedly hired 200 backing dancers for the shoot, which has been taking place over the past few days.

The track, described as a 'stomping club banger' will be the first from her as-yet-untitled new album, the follow-up to 2008's I Am ...Sasha Fierce.

It samples 2009 cult dance track Pon De Floor by London-based fidget house outfit Major Lazer, Mail Online can reveal.

And it looks like Beyonce is hoping to reclaim her throne as the queen of the charts in her new video - quite literally.

She was spotted filming wearing a huge gold crown earlier this week.

I'm back to reclaim my throne: Beyonce waved a flag with her initial 'B' surrounded by her troupe of sexy dancers

She continued the regal theme with a red flag bearing her initial 'B' and lots of gold jewellery.

But, giving her ensemble a bit of sex appeal, she opted for high-waisted hotpants and a grey bra instead of a royal robes.

Surrounded by dancers dressed in military wear, it appears Beyonce is well equipped for her assault on the charts.

On Monday, she was filming in the Mojave desert with African dancers.

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Beyonce is gearing up to release her fourth solo album in June after playing a selection of tracks to record executives last month.

Sony Music Australia executive Denis Handlin enthused: 'It was just amazing. She came in and played us six tracks from the album.

'She wants to do a big tour off the back of this record... These songs, the best description I can give is groundbreaking; she’s gone to another level.'

source: dailymail

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