She got the memo.
Gabrielle Union stunned in a sheer, silver dress from The New Arrivals with a matching thong and bra underneath during her Friday night out to see Beyoncé’s first night of her “Renaissance” tour in Los Angeles.
“This is a reminder, in case you needed it 😗,” the “Cheaper By the Dozen” star wrote alongside a carousel of snaps and videos posted to Instagram.
The featured video showcased a glam Union striking a pose as the elevator doors opened in front of her.
The actress gave a little catwalk before glancing at the camera.
Her sheer dress, which also included a delicate hood, was complemented with a small Valentino silver handbag, which retails for $4,550, and matching silver platforms.
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Union’s makeup also followed suit, as the “Bring It On” star rocked silver eyeshadow, finishing off her attire with stacked silver bracelets.
In another photo, the 50-year-old — who previously clapped back at trolls who slammed her for wearing revealing clothing — turned around to flash her thong-clad bum for the camera.
The actress, who is married to former NBA star Dwyane Wade, donned her all-silver get-up at the request of the Queen Bey herself.
The “Halo” singer, 41, requested last month via Instagram that her fans wear “most fabulous silver fashions” to her world tour.
“my birthday wish is to celebrate with you wearing your most fabulous silver fashions to the shows 8.23 – 9.22,” she wrote.
“We’ll surround ourselves in a shimmering human disco ball each night. Everybody mirroring each other’s joy. Virgo season together in the house of Chrome.”
Since the Grammy-winning artist’s request, other celebrities followed the pop star’s dress code by coming to Friday night’s show completely glammed out in silver, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who were spotted in their own VIP box seats during the performance Friday.
Keke Palmer also showed up to the event donning silver accents in her hair and a strapless leather dress.
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