September 4th marks an irreplaceable day in our history. Not only was Beyoncé Knowles born on this day, but Sasha Fierce was also brought into this world to relieve the pain of single ladies, remind women that girls run the world and to help us with some basic math (helping us count down from 10 and reminding us that 1 + 1 = 2).
As if we didn't already know how truly fabulous she is, we rounded up some celebrities who opted to share their feelings on Queen Bey, which range from respect and adoration to lust and jealousy.
Was there really any competition though, Nicki?
Our warrior name, spirit animal and social security number may as well all be Beyoncé. Good call, Mindy.
How does one even attempt to deny Blue Ivy or Jay Z entry anywhere when they're related to the Queen Bey?
Iggy Azalea, we loved Beyoncé before you opened for her tour. Get in line.
Tell us something we don't know, Mariah.
The fact that the instant reaction wasn't Beyoncé worries us, but thankfully Miley saw the light.
This is one of the few lines of "Saturday Night Live" that is clearly no joke.
For most mortals, when Oprah Winfrey tells you that you make her proud to be a woman, you can quit right on the spot because your life has peaked. Not Bey.
Reporting the facts as always, Anderson Cooper.
Whoa there, Blake Lively, we're starting to feel you are encroaching on girl crush territory.
"How I Met Your Mother" can continue for nine more seasons if the writers throw in more Beyoncé references.
Isn't that the reason most of us are on this earth, Chris?
The woman can turn the manliest men into dancing single ladies. That's an accomplishment.
Just try to say a bad thing about her. See? Nothing.
So ... where was the Beyoncé song snuck into the Les Misérables soundtrack?
Queen she is. We're glad "Glee" stars get it.
Do you hear that, world? ADELE feels like BEYONCÉ. Not the other way around.
Oh, Stephen Tyler. you just get us.
Is there anyone else in this universe powerful enough to bring dancing Jimmy Fallon dressed in drag together with dancing Michelle Obama? No, no there is not.
Trey Songz has mentioned Beyoncé in a number of interviews. Thankfully he's not trying to hide his admiration.
This sounds similar to what we imagine heaven to be like.
Yes we did always imagine Superwoman, Wonder Woman and Catwoman to look slightly (okay exactly) like Beyoncé...
She's amazing to us all, Justin.
Chris Hemsworth?! Scarlett, take notes from Joss Whedon.
Beyoncé should write the material to the book of life, particularly for the "classy" and "poised" chapters.
We respect your admission, Rihanna, seeing as it's how we feel every single day.
Just look how badly these stars want to measure up to the Queen.
That's Oliver Sim of The xx admitting he loves Beyoncé, thus proving that everyone loves Beyoncé.