Beyoncé might have been a little under the weather at this Saturday’s (June 1) Chime For Change concert in London, but you would have never known from her high-energy performance.

Dressed in a curve-enhancing leather bodysuit designed by Gucci, Beyoncé took the stage for the show that was aimed at promoting female empowerment throughout the world. The singer, along with actress Salma Hayek and Gucci creative director Frida Giannini, co-founded the Chime For Change charity to support projects improving access to education, health care and justice for women.

169779910 Beyonce & Jay Z Duet Steals The Show At Chime For Change Concert
(Ian Gavan/Getty Images for Gucci)

PHOTOS: Chime For Change – The Sound Of Change Live

Beyoncé began her headlining set, which was broadcast in the States last night (June 2), with Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come” and Etta James’ “At Last,” but dedicated the rest of the night to the ladies. She danced her way through her girl power anthems like “Run The World (Girls),” “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” and “Survivor” from Destiny’s Child 2001 album of the same name. And slowed things down for “If I Was A Boy” and “Halo,” mashing it up with an a cappella version of “I Will Always Love You.”

Related: New Beyoncé Song ‘Grown Woman’ Explores Feminine Power

Jay-Z even joined Bey onstage for her 2003 hit, “Crazy In Love,” planting a kiss on her cheek that really made the crowd go wild. (Check out that candid moment at 2:34 in the video below.)

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