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Sure, Chris Rock may have sold Girl Scout Cookies for his daughters at this year's Oscars, but can anyone ever really top Queen Bey?
Beyoncé surprised parents and faculty at Blue Ivy's annual school fundraiser by showing up to perform some of her greatest hits in a fierce gold and black zebra-print dress. Granted, this was no ordinary school function. It was the Center for Early Education's 75th Anniversary Gala, hosted by none other than those nobodies Billy Crystal and Will Ferrell at the not-impressive-at-all Shrine Auditorium.
An anonymous (and lucky!) attendee exclusively shares with mom.me that no one knew about the performance, so it was huge surprise to everyone there.
Apparently Blue Ivy's mom performed some of her greatest hits, including "Crazy in Love," "Halo" and a cover of the song the late Whitney Houston made famous, "I Will Always Love You" in a sweet tribute to the school's head, who was retiring.
The lucky elite that were present at the show wasted no time posting some amazing videos to social media.
We'd say this totally wins Queen Bey the classroom mom of the year award!