Actress Priyanka Chopra had a fabulous weekend as she attended Beyoncé's electrifying concert at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. Those who know Piggy Chops would also know that she keeps her fans entertained by sharing her personal and professional front on her social media account. Talking of which, the actress took to Instagram to share a series of captivating pictures from the event, featuring her mother, Madhu Chopra and close friends.
Priyanka stole the spotlight with her impeccable style, donning a stunning black co-ord set that showcased a daring neckline and a thigh-high slit. Her mother, Madhu Chopra, twinned with her in an all-black ensemble, exuding elegance and grace. The actress couldn't contain her excitement and expressed her admiration for Beyoncé by quoting her lyrics in the caption of her Instagram post. Priyanka wrote, "I dream it, I work hard. I grind 'til I own it, I twirl on them haters - Beyoncé Damn! What a woman and what a night. With my main girls ❤️ @tam2cul @drmadhuakhourichopra. So glad you could finally see it @neeshnation ❤️ #blueivy was amazing 🤩 dancers were 🔥 😘 Thank you #JayZ and Queen @beyonce for the incredible hospitality." The actress also expressed her gratitude to her husband, Nick Jonas, for making the night even more memorable.
While Priyanka enjoyed her time at the concert, her professional endeavours continue to thrive. She was last seen in the highly acclaimed OTT series, 'Citadel,' produced by the Russo brothers, where she portrayed the lead role alongside Richard Madden. Following the success of the first season, the makers have already announced a second installment of the gripping spy drama, keeping fans eagerly anticipating what's to come.
In addition to 'Citadel,' Priyanka Chopra has an exciting lineup of projects in her pipeline. She will be seen in Farhan Akhtar's upcoming film, 'Jee Le Zaraa,' sharing the screen with renowned actresses Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt. Furthermore, Priyanka has her sights set on Hollywood with the eagerly awaited film 'Heads of State.'