Beyoncé Shoots Music Video In Grand Canyon
When Beyoncé wants to shoot scenes for one of her music videos somewhere, someone makes it happen.
The superstar and a small crew spent several hours filming at the base of the 100-foot Havasu Falls in the Grand Canyon on Wednesday, according to TMZ.
Access to the area is controlled by the Havasupai tribe, and campers were kept at bay while Bey did her thing. Then, wrapped in a white robe, she was whisked away by helicopter.
Lucky for us, someone managed to sneak some video.
The Arizona landmark could be standing in for Africa if the video shoot was for Beyoncé’s new single “Spirit” from her forthcoming collection inspired by The Lion King.