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    Grading The Fierceness Of Beyoncé's "Mrs. Carter" Tour Costumes

    They all get an F... for ferocious.

    Beyoncé performed the first date of her new Mrs. Carter World Tour in Serbia last night.

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    The costumes?

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    Sure — if Gone with the Wind played out in the disco era (with the O'Hara family plantation growing SEQUINS).

    Over the 23 song-long setlist, Queen B fit in eight costume changes.

    And throughout, her looks, including designs by DSquared2, Julien Macdonald, Peter Dundas at Pucci and Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci, dazzled. Duh. Here they all are:

    1. Givenchy leotards.

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    Level of fierceness:

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    Self-assured ownage.

    2. The requisite billowy/revealing gown.

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    Fierceness level:

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    Not up for discussion.

    3. Pearly shoulderpads.

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    Level of fierceness:

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    To the nth degree.

    4. Optic print realness.

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    Level of fierceness:

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    Understated.

    5. HBIC leather.

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    Level of fierceness:

    Established.

    6. Crystalline Pucci embroidery.

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    Level of fierceness:

    Brazen.

    7. Sequin jumpsuits.

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    Level of fierceness:

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    Owning it.

    8. And sequin breasts!

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    Level of fierceness:

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    Too much.

    Also, one bonus look, just because it's Beyoncé:

    This look, courtesy of Pucci designer Peter Dundas, didn't feature in (or wasn't photographed during) last night's show. But B's not one to turn down a sparkly, tasseled mini-dress — so hopefully Mrs. Carter will be mixing up her concert wardrobe as the tour progresses.