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Pedro Pascal, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Attend Beyoncé’s Star-Studded Renaissance Tour Stop in L.A.

Celebrities came out in droves to support Beyoncé during her Renaissance Tour stop at SoFi Stadium.

The Friday night show marked the superstar’s first of three sold-out dates at the Inglewood stadium. In honor of her birthday on Monday, Beyoncé took to her Instagram Stories and asked her fans to wear their “most fabulous silver fashions” for the final month of her record-breaking world tour. And stars delivered.

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Among those who came out in shiny, platinum outfits for the first Los Angeles show include Issa Rae, Gabrielle Union, Kelly Rowland and Tracee Ellis Ross, among several others.

Pedro Pascal was also in attendance and was recorded by Sarah Paulson applauding and screaming at the top of his lungs in support of the Grammy-winning artist. At one point in the video, The Last of Us star even shouted “I’m fucking dying.”

Ahead of Beyoncé taking the stage, Lil Wayne and Offset joined DJ Khaled for his opening set, as did 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Roddy Ricch and Coi Leray. Later in the show, Offset, Kris Jenner, JAY-Z and more attempted the electric slide.

“Y’all have helped me make my dreams come true, and I thank you,” Beyoncé said to the crowd before her opening number. “I love you so much. I don’t take this for granted. Every day I get on this stage, I thank God for one more show, one more day I’m able to do what I love.”

A standing ovation welcomed Blue Ivy Carter to the stage during Beyoncé’s performance of “My Power,” as she sang, “This that war, this that bloodline/On the front line, ready for war, where you gon’ run? (Tell me get loose).”

The official Twitter, er X, for the Renaissance World Tour shared a list of all the celebrities who attended the first L.A. stop, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Tyler Perry, LeBron James, Jenni Kim of BLACKPINK, Brie Larson, Sofia Vergara, Hugh Jackman, Tiffany Haddish, Keke Palmer and many more.

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