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 included I’m That Girl on her new album Renaissance, and this Friday she tantalized her fans with a glimpse of the full video to come.
She proudly proclaimed that ‘motherf***ers ain’t stopping me’ while strutting her stuff in a cheekily high-cut metal outfit.
Gorgeous: Beyonce channeled Barbarella in a sci-fi chic metallic bodysuit in the sizzling new teaser for her I’m That Girl music video
Beyonce was pictured wearing the Barbarella suit in a kitchen, rocking a matching retro chic hairdo straight out of a 1960s sci-fi movie.
In a surreal moment, she held a glass of wine while cracking an egg against her metal breastplate and letting the yolk dribble out onto a frying pan.
Gradually she peeled off her red kitchen gloves and threw them dismissively to the side, saying: ‘You know all these songs sound good ’cause I’m on that, hoe.’
Beyonce brought back the 1960s with thunderous brio, modeling the Barbarella look in a series of locations with unmistakable throwback appeal.
Hello, gorgeous: The 40-year-old pop star included I’m That Girl on her new album Renaissance, and this Friday she tantalized her fans with a glimpse of the full video to come
When you got it: She proudly proclaimed that ‘motherf***ers ain’t stopping me’ while strutting her stuff in a cheekily high-cut metal outfit
Swank: Beyonce was pictured wearing the Barbarella suit in a kitchen, rocking a matching retro chic hairdo straight out of a 1960s sci-fi movie
Wow: The 1968 outer-space sex comedy Barbarella starred Jane Fonda and was directed by her first husband, the French filmmaker Roger Vadim
At one point she sat sprawled on a pink bed with a shell-shaped headboard, showing off her shapely legs in a pair of stockings.
She also posed up a storm in front of an elegant screen covered in elaborate gold designs swirling over a black background.
The Lemonade impresaria blew through a string of glamorous outfits, including a plunging dress with massive metallic lapels.
She put on a busty display in the throwback chic look, sliding into the corner booth of an empty bar and declaring that she is ‘deada**.’
Her luxurious locks were swept up into a towering beehive and she wore a pair of sleek black shades, which she then whipped off for dramatic effect.
When she first slipped into the booth, she relaxed and enjoyed a drink, but as the song heated up she found herself with a microphone in her hand.
By the end of the sneak peek she was brandishing a large metallic gun and dancing enthusiastically around the corner booth.
Another one of her sensational outfits was a sleek black bodysuit with a matching sheer veil, an opulent diamond necklace and a set of saucy fishnet stockings.
While dressed in that getup, she crawled over the bar and arced her back, throwing her amply endowed behind into relief.
In another surrealistic touch, a horse wandered into the room and began approaching Beyonce while she was up on the bar.
At one point she struck a magisterial pose, gazing out from the top over the bar and surveying the rest of the room.
A psychedelic section of the video featured a series of split-second flashes of Beyonce wearing drastically different looks.
One was a getup straight out of a mid-century Vogue photoshoot, with Beyonce in opera gloves and an extravagantly wide-brimmed hat.
Another was a more naturalistic incarnation of Beyonce dripping wet, letting her sopping hair tumble over her shoulders.
She also for a split second went country girl chic, popping on a massive gleaming silver cowgirl hat and a pair of high-camp flared sunglasses.
‘Queen Bey,’ as she is affectionately known to her fans, went back to the 1970s in a glittering peekaboo top, plus bright green hair and matching makeup.
Beyonce sipped delicately at a polka-dotted teacup while decked out in a monochrome headscarf with a saucer-like fascinator.
In another phase, she went for a royal ensemble out of antiquity, such as a halo-like headdress reminiscent of the one she wore to the 2017 Grammys whilst pregnant.