But the sensual togetherness that the couple manifest on stage every night didn't carry over to the afterparty at the Rose Bowl, a source exclusively tells E! News.
The couple hosted an intimate, celeb-studded afterparty at the venue following Sunday's show in Pasadena, Calif. Jessica Alba and Cash Warren and Ellen Pompeo and hubby Chris Ivery were among the 25 to 30 people in attendance.
We're told that Jay Z and Beyoncé, who continue to put on a united front and make performance magic while under the shadow of a murky cloud of rumors about the supposedly declining state of their marriage, arrived at the party together and left together—but they socialized separately.
They each chatted with guests and worked the room otherwise normally, but they were not lovey-dovey, the source says.
Moreover, they didn't spend any time together backstage earlier in the evening, sticking to their separate dressing rooms and not interacting much at all while off stage.
But once again, when they were on stage...
Crazy in love.
"We escalate, up in this bitch like elevators/of course sometimes s--t go down when it's a billion dollars on the elevator," Bey sings, repeating the line for effect.