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She's still our baby ??We have Been picking her up like this since she was 10 yrs old . On the legendary SNL stage??

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Last night's SNL turned into a family affair! 

Beyoncé, Jay Zand Tina Knowles-Lawson turned out to support Solange Knowles during her Saturday Night Live performance debut. The singer-songwriter wowed viewers with her renditions of "Cranes In the Sky" and "Don't Touch My Hair," but as per usual, Queen Bey managed to share the spotlight with her little sis. 

In a video shared on Tina's Instagram, the Lemonade performer and their proud mama can be seen hoisting Solange into the air as she teases, "I'm 30-years-old!"

Tina captioned the adorable moment, "She's still our baby We have Been picking her up like this since she was 10 yrs old. On the legendary SNL stage" Surely an experience they won't soon forget!

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What up!!

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Audience members weren't the only ones star struck by the famous couple's surprise appearance. Castmember Leslie Jones snuck in a few photo opportunities with Bey and Jay backstage, and seemingly enjoyed dinner with the pair post-performance. 

The entire evening proved to be quite a star-studded spectacle, with host Benedict Cumberbatch at the helm in addition to another impromptu appearance from Bill MurrayAlec Baldwin also returned to reprise his signature Donald Trump character for his last cold open alongside Kate McKinnon's Hillary Clinton before Election Day. 

After the show, the cast and crew traveled to New York City's IL Bastardo for an after party. Close to 300 guests including Beyoncé and Jay Z  munched on passed Hors d'oeuvre's before Solange played music from her phone and hooked it up to the restaurant's music system.

"Everyone really enjoyed themselves, mingled and took selfies together," a source shared with E! News. "Everyone was really nice." 

Saturday Night Live airs Saturday nights at 11:30 p.m. only on NBC.

(E! and NBC are part of the NBCUniversal family.) 

—Additional reporting by Mike Vulpo