Beyonce covered up a wardrobe malfunction at her Renaissance tour concert in London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The vocalist of the single “Cuff It” performed on stage at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium while wearing a sculptural little dress covered in gold, silver, and black sequins. Beyoncé accessorized with sparkling ballroom gloves and insect antenna-inspired eyewear. A striking hat made of the same color sequins was another noticeable component of the bejeweled outfit. Fishnet tights and glossy black over-the-knee boots completed the ensemble.

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During her sixth Renaissance tour performance in London on Sunday, June 4, the 41-year-old singer looked to have her metallic headgear slide down her forehead as she danced to the “America Has a Problem” opener.

The 32-time Grammy Award winner altered the fascinator without changing her dance moves as seen in a fan’s TikTok video. The native Texan momentarily clung to the hat as she sang, “Boy, you know I grind (grind) / When I pull up these jeans, you’re mine.”

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She soon threw off her chapeau and continued with the performance without it. Social media users swiftly circulated video of Beyoncé’s tiny wardrobe error, mocking her broken headpiece in the comments.

One person tweeted, “She’s gonna fire that hat,” and another one blamed her style staff, saying, “Someone’s getting fired for not pinning that hat down.”

“Didn’t she rehearse with the hat?? Why wait until onstage to test??? lol,” a third wrote. A fourth person joined in, saying, “At this point, the song is cursed cause ALL the costumes fall apart.”

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The “Get Me Bodied” singer made the announcement of the shows via Instagram in February. The tour, which is organized by Parkwood Entertainment and promoted by Live Nation, will stop in Chicago, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and, of course, Houston, before wrapping up in New Orleans on September 27. The event will continue in Europe until July 8.