All the Looks From Beyoncé’s Lemonade Megamedley

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Beyoncé performing at the 2016 VMAs.
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When MTV says “jump,” Beyoncé says, “How high? And can I destroy one of your cameras with a baseball bat? Cool.” She didn’t hold back in any sense — least of all when it came to the array of looks she wore in her takeover of the VMA Awards tonight. As Bey performed a medley from Lemonade, she switched outfits for each track and each persona. From a Mick Jagger–worthy fur to a lacy leotard, see all the looks she wore for her bravura performance.

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To perform “Pray You Catch Me,” she took the stage in a dramatically lit white cape with scalloped edges and a diamond clasp, accessorized with a broad-brimmed hat.

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Continuing with the feather theme from her Francesco Scognamiglio red-carpet look, Queen B doffed her cape to reveal a feathered leotard (a favored silhouette since the “Single Ladies” era), over-the-knee boots, and massive diamond earrings during “Hold Up.” Oh, and the ultimate accessory — a Louisville slugger, right before she segued into “Sorry.”

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Then, for “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” she went full-on rockstar in a multicolored fur coat that Twitter seems to be speculating is Marni.

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Closing things out with “Formation,” she stuck with the leotard look while her dancers, who ringed her Busby Berkeley–style, wore matching flat-brimmed hats. “I slay,” indeed.