Beyonce's 2016 CMA Red Carpet Dress Made A Late Debut On Her Instagram — PHOTO
When you're the Queen Bey, your sole purpose is to slay like no one has ever slayed before. That's exactly what Yoncé continues to do — even when she's late. According to Cosmopolitan, Beyonce skipped the Country Music Awards red carpet on Nov. 2 — but still made a grand entrance .
When she showed up late to the 2016 CMA Awards, Bey was the only one working the camera upon her arrival. But that didn't mean she wasn't going to snap a few photos for her fans. She owned backstage in her usual fashion because who needs a gang of paparazzi when you have your own personal photographer as your disposal.
Bey is no stranger to serving up fierceness on a red carpet. And without a bunch of other CMA Awards royalty around her, she was the true star of her mini photoshoot. She took to Instagram to share her glamorous look with her followers. Cue a string of bee and crown emojis in the comments section, because Bey clearly knows how to make sure all eyes are on her.
In a pastel floor-length gown designed by Zuhair Murad, Beyoncé didn't miss a beat. Her dress featured floral embellishments and puffed shoulders reminiscent of her 2016 Met Gala latex Givenchy gown. A deep low-cut back and mini train are pretty standard at this point for a boss like Bey, so her dress wasn't without these necessary diva additions.
She also opted for a subtle glam look with minimal makeup, drop pearl earrings, and sleek, long hair. As if dropping Lemonade by surprise, having a best-selling world tour, and giving us life with a VMA mini concert wasn't enough, Beyoncé just had to take over the CMA Awards too. She made a dazzling appearance in Nashville, Tennessee to perform "Daddy Lessons" alongside the Dixie Chicks.
If you thought she couldn't top her red carpet look, then you clearly don't understand how Yoncé operates. She dropped many a jaw in a beaded, see-through, V-cut dress. However, the solo look she shared on Instagram was the definitely the highlight of the night — even if no one was around to witness it firsthand.