Beyonce and Jay-Z Reign as Hollywood Royalty: Queen Stuns in Strapless Gown, King is 007 Handsome in Tux Jacket at Oscars

Beyonce wowed the audience with her captivating rendition of Be Alive from the movie King Richard at the Oscars opening. However, the talented singer also made heads turn on the red carpet with her stunning strapless Valentino gown in a vibrant neon green hue, perfectly complemented by her long diamond earrings. Her husband, Jay-Z, looked suave and dapper in a cream-colored tuxedo jacket paired with a black tie and white shirt, exuding a 007 vibe. The photos were shared by Beyonce on her Instagram account late into the night, after she and Jay-Z had attended the annual Gold Party at the Chateau Marmont with other notable celebrities such as Rihanna, Saweetie, Kim Kardashian, and Diddy.

The golden couple: Beyonce and Jay-Z looked like royalty on Oscar night

Beyonce and Jay-Z were the epitome of glamour at the Oscars. Queen Bey’s dress hugged her curves and had a mermaid finish, accentuating her waistline. The gown reached the floor and featured long sleeves that doubled as a cap with a train, while she accessorized with long gloves and a tennis ball purse. She completed the look with eye-catching green platform heels and diamond earrings that complemented her highlighted hair, which was pulled back. Meanwhile, Jay-Z opted for a cream-colored tuxedo jacket, pairing it with black slacks and dress shoes. Together, they looked like royalty on the red carpet.

Lovely lady on Oscar night: Beyonce's gown was curve-hugging as it came in at the waist and had a slight mermaid finish while in went to the floor

During the Oscars, Beyonce looked stunning in a figure-hugging gown that accentuated her curves and featured a subtle mermaid finish that flowed elegantly to the floor. The star couple, however, didn’t make an appearance on the red carpet before the event. Nonetheless, thanks to Beyonce’s social media presence, fans got to see pictures of them posing on the red carpet and in front of a white backdrop after the ceremony. Maison Valentino’s Instagram page revealed that Beyonce donned a custom yellow cape and dress from Valentino Haute Couture, which was designed by @pppiccioli and styled by @marnixmarni. The post also included a photo of Bey and Jay with Perry, all of whom were wearing Valentino.

Solo: On the Maison Valentino Instagram page it was explained, '@beyonce chose to wear a custom #ValentinoHauteCouture yellow cape and dress to this year's #Oscars, designed for her by @pppiccioli and styled by @marnixmarni'

Valentino’s Instagram account revealed that Beyoncé opted for a specially designed yellow cape and dress from their Haute Couture collection, created by creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli and styled by Marni. This piece was worn during this year’s Oscars.

A closer look: Here the siren's earrings can be seen. They dangled down and there were bigger ones in the middle

Taking a more detailed glance, one can observe the earrings of the siren. These earrings sway and have larger pieces located at the center.

Tennis theme: The star also held on to a tennis ball purse while wearing green platform heels. Also here she revealed a diamond ring worn over her glove

The celebrity made quite a statement at the Gold Party held at the Chateau Marmont. Embracing the tennis theme, she carried a unique purse shaped like a tennis ball and paired it with green platform heels. Adding to her bling, she also showed off a diamond ring on top of her glove. The event was graced by a number of A-listers like Rihanna, Saweetie, Kim Kardashian, Diddy, Winnie Harlow, Jon Hamm, Khloe Kardashian, French Montana, Zoe Kravitz, and Troy Kotsur. Beyonce stole the show with her powerful performance of Be Alive from the Best Picture nominee King Richard, which she co-wrote with Dixson. Her 10-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, was spotted with her wearing sunglasses and taking center stage during part of the performance.

Bey performs: The Oscars opened on an unconventional note with a performance from one of the biggest stars on the planet: Beyonce

The start of the Oscars ceremony was quite unusual as it began with a stunning performance by none other than one of the most renowned celebrities in the world, Beyonce.

Super star cameo! Beyonce's daughter Blue Ivy (center) also appeared in the pre-taped segment

The pre-taped segment included a surprise appearance by Blue Ivy, the daughter of superstar Beyonce. The video kicked off with a group of young adults dressed in lime green walking up to the courts. Beyonce looked stunning in a lime green gown paired with matching shorts and heels, complemented by diamond earrings. Her backup dancers also sported matching crop tops and dresses.

Stunning: The ex-Destiny's Child star looked flawless as she belted out the number

Impressive: The former member of Destiny’s Child appeared impeccable as she sang the song with great passion.

Courts: The video package began with a number of young men and women in lime green as they walked up to the courts

The footage started with a group of individuals, both male and female, sporting lime green attire, making their way towards the court.

Performance: Beyonce delivered a powerful performance of Be Alive from Best Picture nominee King Richard, which she co-wrote with Dixson

Beyonce wowed the audience with her smashing rendition of Be Alive, a song from the Oscar-nominated film King Richard. The superstar diva collaborated with Dixson to co-write this incredible piece, which left everyone spellbound.

Beyonce's look: Beyonce herself was rocking a lime green gown with matching lime green short shorts and matching heels

Beyonce’s ensemble: Queen Bey was flaunting an eye-catching lime green dress complemented by lime green shorts and matching high heels.

As she dazzled the audience with her stunning performance, the singer took a moment to acknowledge the City of Compton, which holds a special place in the hearts of the Williams sisters who grew up there. This was only the beginning of a star-studded lineup for the night, with Billie Eilish performing her theme song for the latest James Bond film, Reba McEntire showcasing her talents with Somehow You Do from Four Good Days, and Sebastian Yatra belting out Dos Oruguitas from Encanto. Unfortunately, Van Morrison couldn’t make it to perform his Down to Joy from Belfast, as he was already busy with his touring schedule.

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