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Queen Bey’s performance at  Grammys was slammed by concerned parents on Sunday as they deemed the incredibly risqué routine too explicit for children to watch.

As revealed in the picture, the 32-year-old singer wore a revealing black thong bodysuit over fishnet tights to perform a rendition of her hit Drunk In Love alongside husband Jay Z at the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles.

Beyoncé’s sexy dance routine, which aired at 8pm on both coasts and at 7pm central time, had many furious parents posting comments on social media that the performance was ‘disrespectful’, had ‘no class’ and was entirely inappropriate for young viewers.

From start to end, the mother-of-one’s routine could only be described as both seductive and risqué.

She opened the show straddling a chair then proceeded to writhe around on it before twerking her way up to a standing position.

Belting out the lyrics to the explicit song, many of which had been bleeped out, it wasn’t too long before she was joined onstage by husband Jay Z, who looked dapper in a black spotted tuxedo.Okay, we don’t need to give all those details.But as you can see Beyonce got on a chair and embarked in a spot of back to back slow sexy dancing with her husband, running her hands up and down his leg and bottom in moves Miley Cyrus would have been proud of.

The 44-year-old rapper couldn’t help but get touchy feely with his wife, clasping his hands on her famous derriere and giving her a sultry kiss mid-song.

The audience at the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles went wild for the first live joint performance of the song from music’s number one couple, who raked in a combined $95million last year.

However the audience at home appeared to be less impressed. Most of the audiences took to twitter to mete out their disapproval.


Beyoncé’s performance comes after she admitted in a recent mini-documentary that she is proud to embrace her sexuality.

She said: ‘I don’t have any shame about being sexual. I’m not embarrassed about it. And I don’t feel like I have to protect that side of me.’

The singer’s often overtly-sexual performances haven’t put off President Obama praising Beyoncé as an important role model for children – including his own.

He said recently: ‘Beyoncé could not be a better role model for my girls because she carries herself with such class and poise and has so much talent.’

One tabloid even read:


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