Beyoncé celebrates end of European tour

On Wednesday night, Beyoncé and her husband Jay Z popped corks! This was in celebration of the last show of her 'Formation' world tour in Barcelona (the European leg).

Fans were treated to a special performance of 'Irreplaceable' when she sang the 2007 hit in Spanish from start to finish. The audience happily sang along with her. The track, titled 'Irreemplazable', was actually released in Spanish & Latin pop markets in 2007. According to Live Nation Spain, Beyoncé's concert in Barcelona set the record attendance of 46K at the stadium she played. The 2nd U.S. leg of the tour resumes on September 7th and wraps October 2nd.

This leaves enough room for Bey to perform at this month's VMAs on August 28th. A first time televised performance of 'Hold Up' would be highly likely since this is the second official single off her latest album 'Lemonade.' The cut will impact Rhythmic radio on August 16th, and other additional formats which is yet to be announced. Watch Bey perform 'Irreplaceable' in Spanish below.