Coldplay frontman Chris Martin is just as much a Beyonce fan as the rest of us.
The British singer was spotted in the audience at Beyonce and Jay Zs headline set at Global Citizen: Mandela 100 festival in South Africa on Sunday, and naturally, he couldnt help but sing his heart out to the queen.
A fellow concert-goer filmed herself singing along to Beyonces ballad Halo as the diva performed on stage, and managed to catch a glimpse of Chris also belting out the song behind her.
Rather than shy away embarrassed, Chris was a good sport and videobombed the clip when he realised hed been caught and stuck his tongue out behind the fan.
Then he carried on singing away because hes clearly a member of the Beyhive.
Chris, 41, has been good friends with Bey and Jay for several years so its no surprise he showed up to support the power couple during their momentous performance.
The Coldplay star wasnt the only celebrity getting their life to Beyonce as her bestie and former Destinys Child singer Kelly Rowland was also caught on camera enjoying the show. Beys mum, Tina Knowles, filmed Kelly, 37, showing off some fierce dance moves as Jay performed N****s in Paris.
Bey, 37, dazzled in an array of beautiful stage outfits, including an embroidered coat with all 54 African countries on it, a yellow Versace jumpsuit and a Balmain corset with feathers.
The show was comprised of parts of Bey and Jays On The Run II tour, which wrapped up in September. At one point, Beyonce wowed fans with her rapping skills on the single Apeshit, while she also sang a stunning rendition of her Perfect duet with Ed Sheeran.
Producer Pharrell Williams also made an appearance to buddy up with Jay Z on their track Nice.
Needless to say, Beyonce gave fans everything they wanted and more from the rare performance in Johannesburg and while only 25 minutes of the show was broadcast online, it was enough for the BeyHive who, frankly, lost their minds.
The Global Citizen performance held a special place in Beys heart after she penned an emotional letter to the late Nelson Mandela, who would have turned 100 in July.
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In her message, Beyonce said: As we celebrate the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100, honouring your centennial year, I promise you that we have made your dreams our own.
Your work and your sacrifices were not in vain. I will cherish every moment shared in your presence and use the lessons learned from you as fuel to stir positive ideas and solutions.
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