Of course, being a celeb, she couldn't escape getting caught dancing, much like Lady Gaga during the game, but it was just anyone who caught her. Famous EDM DJ Diplo caught the 34-year-old songstress going all out to her own song, "Formation."
Like any fan, Diplo recorded the performer dancing her heart out on his Snapchat story, recording several videos of Queen Bey whipping her hair back and forth. He labeled one video "Bey" and another "redlobstet," which we can only assume he meant Red Lobster, a reference to the lyric in her new song.
Diplo also tweeted about his amazing run-in. "I was the only person on the dance floor .. Dj played lean on and Beyonce came and danced w me.. Done w life bye," he wrote.
Bucket list item complete.
Even though Bey nearly wiped out during her big performance with Coldplay and Bruno Mars, she clearly shook it off without an issue as she let loose at SP2 in downtown San Jose, Calif., where the after-party took place. Even though she was only one-third of a dynamic trio, Bey managed to steal the show at the very end of half time when she announced The Formation World Tour. Pre-sale tickets for fan club members and American Express Card Members are available Feb. 9, while tickets for everyone else go on sale Feb. 16.
The tour kicks off in Miami on Apr. 27 and will hit 21 additional cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas and more. Beyoncé's "Formation" is her first solo effort in more than a year. It was released only one day before she took the football field for the Super Bowl, so we were right to assume she had big things planned.
Last year Beyoncé earned three Grammy Awards for her last album and her hit song "Drunk in Love," so we'll just have to wait for next year's Grammys to see if this expected hit receives any official accolades. In the meantime, we can enjoy this photo of Beyoncé giving her song the unauthorized Diplo-Bey treatment.