Beyoncé Rides Cyclone Roller Coaster at Coney Island While Shooting Music Video

Coney Island had a brush with superstardom when Beyoncé showed up Thursday afternoon.

The singer was apparently shooting footage at seaside amusement park for a upcoming music video, for an as-of-yet unnamed song, off an as-of-yet announced album. (Though, rumors claim the track is called "XO").

Wearing ripped jeans, a white tank with a black bra peeking through, and a Notorious B.I.G.-adorned snapback, Bey rode the iconic Cyclone roller coaster, throwing her hands in the air with her stylist Ty Hunter and a couple dozen extras.

Famed fashion photographer Terry Richardson — who has snapped Beyoncé once or twice before — was on hand with a camera crew, leading many to suspect he is directing the clip.

Following the coasting, Bey — who was accompanied by models Jourdan Dunn, Diandra Forrest and Jessica White — got into a dance-off with some men, as fans and fellow fairground-goers gathered round in awe.

After about an hour, it was a wrap, and Beyoncé left Coney Island — without so much as some cotton candy or a Nathan's Famous hotdog.

This weekend, Bey will headline hubby Jay Z's second annual Made in America festival in Philadelphia, which will also feature sets from the Nine Inch Nails, 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar and many others.

 

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