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Beyoncé's Bodysuits Immortalized in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Image via Getty
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Beyoncé's finest bodysuits are finally available for ogling up close and personal in a brand new "Legends of Rock" fashion exhibit in Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Show pieces from her Super Bowl performance, costumes from various music videos and her 2012 Met Gala Givenchy dress will be on display alongside styles from Michael Jackson, David Bowie, and Bruce Springsteen.

In true Beyoncé fashion, she'll be breaking records as the first artist to have an exhibit in the museum without actually being a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She won't be eligible for membership until 2022 for Destiny's Child and 2027 for her work as a solo artist.

L to R: Two outfits from her Super Bowl performance, one from 2011's 'Sweet Dreams' music video, and one from 2003's 'Dangerously in Love' video. Image via NY Daily News

L to R: Another outfit from the 'Dangerously in Love' video, her 2012 Met Gala dress, and a dress from 2011's 'Run the World (Girls)' video. Image via NY Daily News

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