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08/09/2016 01:21 pm ET Updated Aug 14, 2016

People Are 'Crazy In Love' With Gymnast's Beyoncé-Inspired Floor Routine

Slay, Rebeca Andrade.

Who run the (gymnastics) world? Girls, naturally. So a Beyoncé tribute during an Olympic routine feels pretty damn fitting.

Representing Brazil, 17-year-old Rebeca Andrade performed her floor routine on Aug. 7 during qualifications in Rio. The music for her routine featured snippets of two of Beyoncé’s hits, “Crazy in Love” and “Single Ladies.”

Here’s a version of that routine at another competition this year.

The gymnast ― who earned Sunday’s fourth best individual all-around score ― and her Beyoncé-inspired moves had people on Twitter cheering. 

Queen Bey would be proud.

H/T Elle

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