Beyoncé may have just found her youngest backup dancers yet: Ayesha Curry's daughters.
The two sisters are seen on a back of a pick-up truck, with Ryan seated on the edge looking fly wearing sunglasses paired with a denim jacket over her tartan dress while Riley takes center stage in a black and white plaid blazer and shades.
As "Already" begins playing, Riley starts dancing mimicking (almost too perfectly) Beyoncé's choreography from the "Black is King" visual. Riley did not come to play, she came to slay. And Ryan played the perfect hype woman as she sat and mouthed the words to the song with effortless swagger.
The sisters' video received lots of praise from celebs who were equally impressed with their dancing abilities.
"THEY SHUT IT DOWN. They won," Storm Reid commented on Curry's post.
Gabrielle Union, Karrueche and others remarked at how "obsessed" they were with the girls.
"WOW!!! they're stars," wrote R&B duo, Chloe and Halle.
We should've known Riley was going to be a star after she adorably crashed her father's postgame press conference in 2015.
Beyoncé's "Black is King," which she produced after starring as Nala in the 2019 "Lion King" remake, has found fans in every age group.
Last week, just a day after the project's release, Adele shared a rare Instagram photo of herself crouching down under a TV playing "Black is King." The British pop star is seen raising her arm drawing attention to the screen while wearing a brown shirt that matches Queen Bey's in the frame.
"Thank you Queen for always making us all feel so loved through your art," Adele captioned the post, adding two black heart emojis.
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