Beyonce Had The Most Adorable Reaction To Being On A Jumbotron (Because, Duh, It’s Beyonce)

In case there was any doubt, Queen B is just the best person ever, and Beyoncé’s reaction to seeing herself on the Jumbotron at game six of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers is proof. At a certain point in the game, the camera focuses on Bey and Jay Z and she’s actually mildly embarrassed — like everyone who’s ever been on a Jumbotron — and just waves and looks very insecure about having the camera on her face. Which is totally weird, because she’s on a Jumbotron all the time, but it’s still adorable AF. It’s easy to forget The Queen is just a regular person.

What’s even better is this other video of a fan watching Beyoncé arrive at the arena. The fan just keeps yelling, “Yaaaaas. Walk through, Queen,” over and over and over again. Bey, ever gracious, just smiles and waves. It’s perfect.

Beyoncé’s always been a little self conscious. In fact, after the 2013 Super Bowl, a publicist asked Buzzfeed to remove images and GIFs of the singer that were a little unflattering. “Thanks for taking my call. As discussed, there are some unflattering photos on your current feed that we are respectfully asking you to change. I am certain that you will be able to find some better photos,” they wrote.

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But there was nothing unflattering about The Queen last night — she looked damn good. But watching her react to this fan is really something else.

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Even better is that she and Jay Z look happily back in love, just like in Lemonade. The couple was laughing and talking all night — even when she’s on the big screen, he sort of gets embarrassed with her. Oh, you two. 

Beyoncé’s Formation tour is pummeling through summer, with the European leg kicking off in England June 28. After the final U.S. show on Tuesday night, DJ Khaled wrote an open letter to Beyoncé, thanking her for giving him the opportunity to tour with her and her fans. Because everyone knows the Bey Hive is the shit. “Beyoncé I want to say thank you for allowing me to bring my energy and passion on stage every night,” he wrote on Instagram. He added, “Thank you for allowing me to bring on all the artists who jumped on stage with me to bring the fans a special energy.” 

She really is The Queen — even DJ Khaled thinks so.