Beyoncé’s “Insect” Tour Costume Sparks Viral Lady Gaga Fans Debate

In addition to her powerful vocals and spectacular 35-song setlist, Beyoncé’s ongoing Renaissance World Tour also sees the hitmaker rocking some jaw-dropping looks on stage, including “ Death Becomes Her” — — a costume reminiscent of a "stomach hole" and Queen Bey's custom-made Mugler insect - inspired by the costume - the latter of which inspired a viral fan theory involving Lady Gaga, the "Mother of the Monsters."

Beyoncé's chrome black and yellow outfit appeared to be a reference to her beloved "The Hive," which was a standout from her Renaissance tour look and which many fans compared to what Lady Gaga wore during her 2022 Chromatica Ball tour Extremely similar alien costumes were compared.

The costume contrast prompted many in the Beyhive and Little Monster fan base to call for a follow-up to the pair's 2010 smash hit "Telephone," whose music video famously ended with "To be continued..."

As PinkNews points out, other fans have also begun speculating that Bey and Gaga's matching outfits on stage were a deliberate move on their part, and the long-awaited "Call: Part Two" may finally be on the horizon 13 years after the original song was released .

"I low-key hope this is a sign of something to come, or at least the response online inspires them to reach out to each other and make something happen," one hopeful fan wrote on Twitter, while another said, The Grammy winner "needs to give us the part two they promised us."

“Phone Call Part 2 Confirmed,” one fan also commented, while another user joked: “If Lady Gaga and Beyoncé finish ‘Phone Call: Part 2’ then I’ll be in peace The land is dead."

"Telephone" was released in 2010 as the second single from Gaga's EP "The Fame Monster " and subsequently swept global charts, selling 7.4 million copies within a year. The song's accompanying music video also dominated the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, winning the Best Collaboration trophy and being nominated for Choreography and Video of the Year. Meanwhile, NME also ranked "Telephone" at No. 17 on its list of the 100 best music videos of all time.