Beyonce's First Concert of 2015 Reminds Us Why We're 'Crazy in Love' With Her (VIDEOS)

beyonce crazy in love performance made in america festivalJust a day after the national holiday known as #BeyDey, the birthday girl herself Beyonce owned the stage during her first concert of 2015. The performance was fittingly held during the Made in America festival, which is put on by Bey's bae, Jay Z. And once again, Blue Ivy's mama proved why she's the Queen B.


Beyonce made quite an entrance with her Fifty Shades of Grey version of "Crazy in Love" before launching into the original.

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Boots! Dying!

Here's a darling video of big, tough guy Jay Z singing along to every word of Beyonce's hit right along with the rest of the Bey-Hive. (Also, that's Nick Jonas standing there with Jay!) He's trying to hide behind a hood, but we see you! They are officially the cutest couple ever.

And Jay wasn't the only big-time star belting out Beyonce's hits from the crowd. Here's Nicki Minaj, who took the stage with her man, Meek Mill, earlier in the day, singing along with Beyonce's mega-hit "Halo." No one's too cool to resist a Beyonce hit.

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Beyonce also worked in several girl power messages with nods to strong, powerful women like Maya Angelou and UFC fighter Ronda Rousey. She also paid tribute to Destiny's Child by performing several of their hits, including "Survivor" and "Say My Name," and giving Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams a big shout-out from the stage.

Here she is repping her hometown in a Houston Rockets leotard, as one does. She's like a sparkly goddess on stage. 

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Here's a little snippit of "7-11" complete with trippy Vishnu hands. She is fresher than all of us.

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Girl can also dance her luscious booty off!

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By every account Beyonce slayed the festival and reminded us once again why we all love her so much. She's a fierce, fresh feminist who's got what it takes to rule the world. Queen B, long may she reign. 


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