Beyoncé’s Former Dancers Required To Audition For Her Upcoming Tour


Beyoncé’s Former Dancers Required To Audition For Her Upcoming Tour


It looks like some of Beyonce’s former dancers still need to prove their talent if they want to be apart of her upcoming tour.

On Wednesday (Feb. 1) Beyoncé took to Instagram to officially confirm her 2023 world tour for her “Renaissance” album. While fans are thrilled, some of her former dancers might be on the chopping block. According to an insider, the superstar is looking for new staff for her upcoming tour. 

Beyonce Renaissance World Tour

“With a world tour comes a whole new staff and that includes the dancers, bandmates and backup singers. It’s out with the old and in with the new.” 

The insider continued,

“Her last tour was the ‘On The Run Tour II’ back in 2018 with Jay-Z. So she will be sure to deliver– but with a new tour comes a brand new staff so she has been auditioning a whole new team.”


According to another source, former dancers are welcome to audition for the upcoming tour.

“The old dancers are free to audition once again to regain their spots but Beyoncé will be more open to fresh new young talent taking on the reigns…She is looking for young women and men — and also a few new band members as well — to take on the new positions on her team.”

The Renaissance world tour is scheduled to stop in stadiums across the world through the spring, summer, and fall. It will begin in Europe this May before arriving in North America on July 8. The tour will also make stops in several US cities including Chicago, New York City, Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Houston and New Orleans.

The news of her world tour comes days ahead of the 2023 Grammys where Beyoncé is nominated for nine awards, the most nominations given this year. A few of the categories she’s facing off in include; Best Dance/Electronic Album (“Renaissance”), Best R&B Performance (“Virgo’s Groove”), and Best Traditional R&B Performance (“Plastic Off the Sofa”). To date, the 41-year-old has won 28 Grammys and has been nominated 88 times.

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Authored by: Monique Nicole