There isn't technically homework for Beyoncé's epic Renaissance world tour, but you should try to come prepared, which, obviously, Zendaya and Tom Holland did.
To start with, they attended the Labor Day concert—on Bey's birthday no less—in the correct clothing. Per Queen Bey's request that the audience wear silver, Zendaya wore head-to-toe sparkles: a crop top and skirt set, oversized jacket, and silver hoops. Holland did a black leather thing, but he wore a Renaissance T-shirt.
Second, they aced the “mute challenge,” which is a point during the concert when Beyoncé, singing “Energy,” performs the line, “Big wave in the room, the crowd gon' move, Look around everybody on mute,” and attendees go silent. It's become a thing in the fandom where each city tries to ace the mute challenge, and I may be biased but…Los Angeles gets a gold medal. Here's TomDaya taking the mute direction very seriously from the floor:
Of course, they did have practice. The Spider-Man stars also attended a Renaissance show together in Warsaw earlier this summer, and Zendaya danced to Beyoncé at her assistant's birthday party. Certified BeyHive member. In our 2017 cover interview with the star, she cited the singer as one of her inspirations and role models alongside Shonda Rhimes, Oprah, and Michelle Obama. Which reminds us…how has Michelle not been to Renaissance yet? Sasha, Malia, get on this.
In another fan video, we can see that Zendaya attended the LA show with Abbott Elementary creator Quinta Brunson and The Bear star Ayo Edebiri, who also turned out in metallic silver looks. Holland followed behind them being an A-plus Instagram boyfriend and filming the girls and the crowd.
Zendaya's Dune costar Timothée Chalamet was also in the audience, though he was a little busy making out with Kylie Jenner and smoking (you're not even supposed to bring food into SoFi, but whatever). If anyone has intel on how Timmy handled the mute challenge, we're all ears.
Originally Appeared on Glamour