Beyoncé’s Reaction While Watching Lizzo’s Made In America Performance Is Priceless

Beyoncé, Lizzo

Beyoncé’s Reaction While Watching Lizzo’s Made In America Performance Is Priceless

LizzBeyHive has a nice ring to it, eh?

Published September 3rd

Written by Danielle Ransom

Lizzo is in all her feelings right now and deservedly so.

The flautist rap star has continued to take over the charts, and our hearts, as she has effortlessly slayed stage after stage, from the BET Awards to the VMAs.

  1. After a performance at the 2019 Made In America music festival, it seems Beyoncé could also be joining the loyal Lizzbian fanbase, too. This past weekend, Lizzo took the stage at the annual Philadelphia music festival, founded by Jay-Z, where she put on another show-stopping medley of her top hits that caught the attention of Queen Bey herself.

  2. The R&B superstar was in town to ring in her 38th birthday at her hubby’s annual festival, so naturally she stopped by her fellow Houstonite's stage. Lizzo shared a behind-the-scenes photo recapping the moment on Instagram and the singer’s reaction to Bey watching her performance is peak adorable.

    As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, but this one left Lizzo, and the Internet, speechless. 

  3. "Swipe to lose your fucking mind," Lizzo wrote alongside the two images. Liz re-posted a set of images where fans had captured Bey off to the side in the wings. 

    The first image is a wide shot of Bey and the Roc Nation honcho watching on as she performs while the second is a zoomed-in photo of Bey’s face that shows her staring at the stage in awe.

  4. Separately, a video surfaced online of Bey bopping along off to the side with a huge smile adorning her face. As one comment on Liz’s post aptly summed it up, “Queens seeing queens being queens.”

    The sweet moment was capped off with the news that Lizzo officially hit a new career milestone: her first career Hot 100 No. 1 single. Billboard tweeted the announcement on Monday that the singer’s sleeper hit “Truth Hurts” recently crowned the spot. This makes the Michigan-born, Houston-raised femcee the sixth female rapper to nab a No.1 single.  

  5. You have to see the photos and video for yourself below.
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    Swipe to lose your fucking mind 🐝

    A post shared by Lizzo (@lizzobeeating) on

(Photos L-R: Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images and Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Roc Nation)

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