#Beyonce is constantly making queen moves. There aren’t many people who can shut down a national park, but she is definitely one of them.
The queen was spotted shooting a new music video on Wednesday in the shadow of the canyon’s gorgeous #HavasuFalls, according to @tmz_tv. She was seen wearing a blue dress against the picturesque background, which included a stunning waterfall, bright blue waters and a tiny forest of green.
The destination is really exclusive that requires a reservation. The Havasupai tribe owns the land and only approves 300 camping passes for the site a day. Thousands of people get turned away daily, but clearly not #QueenBey, who made sure she got all the proper permissions beforehand.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Beyonce’s team arranged the visit with the tribe ahead of time and the tribe made an exception in her case by granting her use of the land for a few hours. Beyonce reportedly flew in by helicopter, when most campers get there by mule, and shot in the location for about five hours before bouncing.
In footage captured by TMZ, you can see Beyonce climbing into the chopper in a white robe, accompanied by Blue Ivy.
It wasn’t immediately clear what the music video is for but we all know that Bey let’s us know what she wants us to know on her time.
Just a day before, Beyonce and the family were at the world premiere for “The Lion King” in Hollywood. Everyone is abuzz about the film, in which she voices the role of adult Nala.
What do you think Beyonce was shooting in the canyon? Let us know!
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