Going to school, then getting schooled by Beyoncé blowing our minds with a free concert… it’s not too good to be true, because that was a thing that actually happened.
Many lucky fans were graced with the soulful sass of Queen Bey over the weekend when she performed a entire set during the 75th Anniversary Gala of The Center for Early Education in Los Angeles on Saturday. Beyoncé, who donned a sparkly gold-sequined zebra dress, performed many of her own hits, like “Crazy In Love” and “XO”, but it wasn’t until she hit the mother lode of all covers, performing Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” that pretty much blew the audience’s socks off. Take a look:
After she asked the audience to sing along with her to the iconic ballad, she then got them pumped up with “Crazy In Love”, complete with all those music video dance moves we know and love.
She kept the crowd on their feet with an upbeat version of “XO”, and you can only guess how perfect she sounded, because DUH, she’s BEYONCE.
The crowd was filled with students and parents from the prestigious school where Beyoncé and Jay Z’s daughter Blue Ivy, attends, which contains students from preschool to 6th grade, and has been named a “socio-economically and culturally diverse independent school for children.”
So if we had to guess, I’d say that Blue’s classmates will never forget last weekend, and that Blue herself is one proud daughter, because it has officially been confirmed that Beyonce is most definitely not like a regular mom…
But now I want to know what you guys thought about Beyoncé performing at the school’s gala over the weekend, and if this got you at all excited for her upcoming Formation world tour, so get the conversation going in the comments section or you can tweet me @MiriamIsa. After that, don’t forget to click over here to check out a brand new episode of Debatable where we put the newest Netflix reboots, Fuller House and Gilmore Girls head to head. Thanks so much for hanging out with me here on Clevver News, I’m your host Miriam Isa and I’ll see you next time.