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Beyoncé continues to set the bar for music video locations.
The star, who unforgettably shot her and Jay-Z‘s “Apes–t” video at the Louvre in Paris, was spotted on Wednesday at the picturesque Havasu Falls in the Havasupai Reservation in Arizona, the National Park Service confirmed, which neighbor the Grand Canyon National Park. The location is seemingly an exclusive one as campers reportedly need a permit to go—and they are only released once a year.
According to one eyewitness, the triple threat was there shooting a music video and made her exit via helicopter afterward.