Beyoncé visibly touched as fans know new song word for word

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Although Beyoncé only released her sixth solo album, Lemonade earlier this month, fans of the star already know her new music word for word. The star looked visibly touched as crowds sang her new single, Hold Up , during the first show of her world tour.

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While performing at her Formation world tour in Miami, Beyoncé looked shocked as she held the microphone to the audience who sang out every single word of her new single.

The 34-year-old star shouted "sing" to the audience, then looked overwhelmed as she realised that the vast crowd had already memorised her lyrics, putting her hand over her mouth in an emotional moment before breaking into a huge smile, giving her audience a thumbs up then putting her hand over her heart in a touching gesture of gratitude.

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The star released Lemonade as a surprise earlier this month

Since the Lemonade, Beyoncé has been at the centre of huge speculation regarding her marriage to Jay Z as the lyrics hint at betrayal and forgiveness, sparking rumours that her husband had an affair.

In Sorry, the star sings: "he only wants me when I'm not there/he better call Becky with the good hair", causing the If I Were a Boy's huge fandom to question who Jay Z allegedly had an affair with.

However, Beyoncé put the rumours to bed during the first show of her world tour after dedicating her performance of Halo to her husband and daughter, saying: "I want to dedicate this song to my family. Thank you guys for supporting me. I wanna dedicate this song to my beautiful family. I love you so much, Blue. I love you so much."