The Scotland crowd for Beyoncé's 'Renaissance' tour was in perfect sync and hit every high note, and even Beyoncé looked shocked
Beyoncé kicked off her worldwide Renaissance Tour this month with a recent stop in Scotland.
While performing "Love On Top," the stadium began singing in perfect synchronicity, hitting every key change.
Shocked commenters quipped about the entire country getting together to rehearse beforehand.
If we're running a competition for "best crowd" for Beyoncé's Renaissance Tour, Scotland has already taken the crown.
Over the weekend, a video capturing the massive Edinburgh stadium singing in synchronicity and hitting every dangerous high note of her hit single "Love On Top" seemed to have stunned the singer herself.
TikToker @tshilidzi_a_n shared the moment on TikTok, where the clip has gone massively viral. "Beyonce was so shoked [sic]," they captioned the video.
The over-minute-long video showed the colossal BT Murrayfield Stadium in the Scottish capital sounding in one uniform chorus belting the song, which is iconic for its difficult key changes. In one frame, Beyoncé appeared wide-eyed with her mouth agape that her Scottish fans could reach her highest notes.
@tshilidzi_a_n @Beyoncé was so shoked 😂. #renaissanceworldtour #beyonce #renaissanceworldtour #rwt2023 #scotland #renaissance #renaissance #beyhive #loveontop ♬ original sound - Angel 🇿🇦
"The Scotland crowd outdid everyone for real," the TikToker wrote on the video that's been viewed over 9 million times.
Commenters have also reacted in astonishment. "Now this is a Beyonce crowd okay!!" one person wrote, receiving nearly 30,000 upvotes.
"They ATE," another comment with 41,000 likes said, a sentiment that Insider co-signs.
Several people joked that her Scottish fans must have all congregated before the show to practice. "How do they actually sound so good and stay hitting the high notes!?!" a comment exclaimed.
Other fans who said they're attending her forthcoming tour stops promised to outdo the Edinburgh crowd. "Is this a challenge Scotland? Accepted from NOLA," a user wrote.
Insider has reached out to the TikToker and Beyoncé's reps for comment. If we could, we would also reach out to the representative(s) for the country of Scotland to inquire about the culture or what is in the water that has bred them all to be singing (and dancing) at a Beyoncé level.
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