Beyoncé has been appointed as the honorary mayor of Santa Clara.

Beyoncé can now add the city hall leader of Santa Clara to her extensive rundown of achievements and praises.

The city of Santa Clara has pronounced Beyoncé the privileged chairman of Santa Clara for now (August 30) in acknowledgement of her ‘Renaissance’ visit stop at Levi’s Arena.

“The city of Santa Clara is amped up for Beyonce’s impending visit to the incredibly famous Levi’s Arena,” Santa Clara representative Michelle Templeton said in a proclamation, as per The Mercury News. “Her shows will without a doubt be enthusiastic and invigorating.”

Beyoncé is the furthest down-the-line VIP to be named privileged city hall leader of Santa Clara, California. Taylor Quick was named privileged city hall leader of Levi’s Arena on July 28 and 29, as a component of her ‘Times’ event dates. For those two days, the city was otherwise called “Swiftie Clara.”

Recently, it was accounted for that ‘Renaissance’ could be Beyoncé’s most noteworthy netting show visit ever, marvellous the all-out income from every last bit of her past shows.

Her past visit, ‘On The Run II,’ was accounted for to have netted $254 million (£203 million), while her ongoing visit is supposed to net more than $2 billion (£1.6 billion).

Her exhibition in London recently got a five-star survey from NME, who referred to it as “the mid-year’s glitziest visit.”

“Reviving to see the perkiness invades the whole show,” it said. “Nobody can reject that Beyoncé is quite possibly of music’s most capable titan, however her presentation currently has a delicacy to it that offers a novel, new thing.”

Oprah Winfrey additionally applauded the widely praised visit, referring to it as “the most uncommon show” she had at any point seen.

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