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Beyonce channels Barbarella in sizzling new teaser for I'm That Girl music video

Beyonce channeled Barbarella in a sci-fi chic metallic bodysuit in the sizzling new teaser for her I’m That Girl music video.

The 40-year-old pop star recorded I’m That Girl on her new album Renaissance, and this Friday she tantalized her fans with a glimpse of the full video coming up.

She proudly proclaimed that ‘motherf***ers won’t stop me’ as she showed off her stuff in a sassy high-cut metal outfit.

Stunning: Beyonce channeled Barbarella in a sci-fi chic metal bodysuit in the sizzling new teaser for her I'm That Girl music video

Stunning: Beyonce channeled Barbarella in a sci-fi chic metal bodysuit in the sizzling new teaser for her I’m That Girl music video

Beyonce was pictured wearing the Barbarella suit in a kitchen, with a matching retro-chic haircut straight out of a 1960s science fiction movie.

In a surreal moment, she held a glass of wine as she cracked an egg against her metal breastplate and let the yolk drip onto a frying pan.

Gradually she took off her red kitchen gloves and tossed them contemptuously, saying, “You know all these songs sound good, because that’s what I’m on, how.”

Beyonce brought back the 1960s with thunderous enthusiasm, modeling the Barbarella look in a range of locations with undeniable appeal.

Hello, beautiful: The 40-year-old pop star recorded I'm That Girl on her new album Renaissance, and this Friday she tantalized her fans with a glimpse of the full video coming

Hello, beautiful: The 40-year-old pop star recorded I'm That Girl on her new album Renaissance, and this Friday she tantalized her fans with a glimpse of the full video coming

Hello, beautiful: The 40-year-old pop star recorded I’m That Girl on her new album Renaissance, and this Friday she tantalized her fans with a glimpse of the full video coming

When you got it: She proudly proclaimed that 'motherf***ers won't stop me' as she flaunted her stuff in a sassy high-cut metal outfit

When you got it: She proudly proclaimed that 'motherf***ers won't stop me' as she flaunted her stuff in a sassy high-cut metal outfit

When you got it: She proudly proclaimed that ‘motherf***ers won’t stop me’ as she flaunted her stuff in a sassy high-cut metal outfit

Swank: Beyonce was pictured wearing the Barbarella suit in a kitchen, with a matching retro-chic haircut, straight out of a 1960s science fiction movie

Swank: Beyonce was pictured wearing the Barbarella suit in a kitchen, with a matching retro-chic haircut, straight out of a 1960s science fiction movie

Taking it off: Gradually she took off her red kitchen gloves and tossed them contemptuously, saying, 'You know all these songs sound good, 'cause that's what I'm on, how'

Taking it off: Gradually she took off her red kitchen gloves and tossed them contemptuously, saying, 'You know all these songs sound good, 'cause that's what I'm on, how'

Swank: Beyonce was pictured wearing the Barbarella suit in a kitchen, with a matching retro-chic haircut, straight out of a 1960s science fiction movie

Remember When: Based on a French comic of the same name, the blistering camp classic was directed by Roger Vadim, the first of Jane's (depicted in the film) three ex-husbands

Remember When: Based on a French comic of the same name, the blistering camp classic was directed by Roger Vadim, the first of Jane's (depicted in the film) three ex-husbands

Wow: The 1968 sex comedy Barbarella starring in space, starring Jane Fonda and directed by her first husband, French filmmaker Roger Vadim

At one point, she was sprawled out on a pink bed with a shell-shaped headboard, showing off her shapely legs in a pair of stockings.

She also stormed an elegant screen covered in elaborate gold designs swirling over a black background.

The lemonade impresario blew through a range of glamorous outfits, including a plunging dress with massive metal lapels.

She put up a busty display in the retro chic look, slipped into the corner of an empty bar and declared she’s “dead**.”

Her luxurious locks were swept up in a towering beehive and she sported a pair of sleek blacks, which she then ripped off for dramatic effect.

When she first slipped into the booth, she relaxed and enjoyed a drink, but as the song warmed up, she found she had a microphone in her hand.

Towards the end of the sneak peek, she brandished a large metal pistol and danced enthusiastically around the corner.

Another of her sensational outfits was a sleek black bodysuit with a matching sheer veil, a luscious diamond necklace and a set of sassy fishnet stockings.

Wearing that dress, she crawled over the bar and arched her back, flinging her well-stocked bum in relief.

In another surreal twist, a horse wandered into the room and began to approach Beyonce as she stood on the bar.

At one point she assumed a masterly pose, gazing from the top over the bar and surveying the rest of the room.

A psychedelic portion of the video featured a series of split-second flashes of Beyonce wearing drastically different looks.

One was a stepping stone straight out of a mid-century Vogue photo shoot, featuring Beyonce in opera gloves and an extravagant wide-brimmed hat.

Another was a more naturalistic incarnation of Beyonce dripping wet and letting her soaked hair fall over her shoulders.

She also went country girl chic for a split second, sporting a huge shiny silver cowgirl hat and high-camp flared sunglasses.

‘Queen Bey’, as she is fondly known by her fans, went back to the 70s in a shimmering peekaboo top, plus bright green hair and matching makeup.

Beyonce subtly sipped a polka-dotted teacup while decked out in a monochromatic headscarf with a saucer-like wizard.

In another stage, she opted for an ancient royal ensemble, such as a halo-esque headdress reminiscent of the one she wore at the 2017 Grammys while pregnant.

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