BEYONCE laughed off an on-stage mistake during her sell-out performance in Edinburgh on Saturday.

The music megastar was performing to a crowd of more than 50,000 people in her first appearance in Scotland since 2003 when she slipped up during a performance of “HEATED”.

A song from her Renaissance album, which is also the name of her current world tour, HEATED makes multiple references to French fashion icon Coco Chanel.

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But in performing the song on the stage at Murrayfield, Beyonce slipped and sang instead “Coco canal”.

The star giggled and stopped singing after the error, but the crowd kept on with the song regardless, waiting for her to rejoin them.

One fan wrote on Twitter after the mistake: “Beyoncé gagging herself after making a mistake with HEATED lyrics. Well, if Beyoncé said it’s ‘Coco Kernel’ then it’s Coco Kernel, period!”

The unofficial Renaissance World Tour fan account shared the video, writing: “Beyoncé has the cutest reaction to messing up the ‘HEATED’ verse tonight in Edinburgh”.

“Even her flops are legendary,” another fan added.

Beyonce praised the crowd at the Edinburgh show for bringing so much energy despite the heavy rainfall.

She said at the close of her performance that she “can’t wait” to come back to Scotland.

Wearing a black and yellow outfit seen as a nod to her “Queen B” nickname, Beyonce told the audience: “I hope tonight you guys are feeling joy and love! I hope y’all feel safe tonight! I hope y’all feel free and liberated!

“Thank y’all so much for being such an incredible audience in this rain! I love y’all!”

Fans of the singer hailed her as “a true class act” after the show, which they called a “once-in-a-lifetime experience”.

During the second UK show of her Renaissance world tour, she performed hit tracks from her dance music-focused seventh studio album including Alien Superstar and Cuff It.

The singer also dove into her back catalogue as she delivered powerful renditions of classic songs like Crazy In Love, Run The World (Girls), Partition and Love On Top.