From Meghan Markle to Diana Ross, see all the celebrities who helped Queen Bey celebrate her 42nd birthday, or BeyDey
Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour has been bringing out celebrities all summer long. However, when the 32-time Grammy Award-winning singer turned 42 on Sept. 4, the A-list stars turned out by the dozens to help her celebrate — many wearing silver, as the Queen Bey requested.
Kerry Washington, Kelly Rowland & Meghan Markle
Queens only! Kerry Washington, Kelly Rowland and Meghan Markle got together to catch the epic concert.
Alicia Keys, Tyler Perry, Cynthia Erivo
Kerry Washington also played paparazzi in the audience, snapping selfies with Tina Knowles and a host of other A-listers including Alicia Keys, Tyler Perry and Cynthia Erivo.
As if it wasn't clear that Beyoncé reigns supreme, her big day earned her a special serenade from another living legend: Diana Ross.
Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sánchez
Khloé Kardashian and Hailey Bieber
Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson
Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson had a great time at the jam-packed show and even participated in the “everybody on mute” challenge, where the entire stadium goes silent when Beyoncé sings the lyric in her song “Energy.”
Vanessa Bryant and Winnie Harlow
Vanessa Bryant also attended Beyoncé's third night at SoFi Stadium. In a video posted to her Instagram, the mom of four could be seen singing along to "Drunk in Love," accompanied by Winnie Harlow, with a brief appearance by Bey's cousin Angie Beyince. The Monday show was Bryant's second go at the concert. She also attended the Saturday show with her daughters.
"Happy #beyday to all those who celebrate" Jodie Turner-Smith captioned an Insta Story of her and another guest at the concert. "@beyonce thank you for giving us all your love," she concluded.
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Quinta Brunson and Ayo Edebiri
Abbott Elementary creator Quinta Brunson and The Bear's Ayo Edebiri also made the BeyDay show a girls' night. "Hello, I'm going to see Beyoncé" Brunson captioned a carousel of photos which was led by a photo of her rocking silver from head to toe.
Also in formation was Katy Perry, who topped off her all-silver outfit with matching sunglasses and a matching purse. "Came to 💋 the ring @beyonce thank you for being born so we can all be better," she wrote on Instagram.
Karamo Brown, Lupita Nyong'o and Elaine Welteroth
Karamo Brown attended the concert accompanied by Lupita Nyong'o, her sister Fiona, as well as Project Runway's Elaine Welteroth and her husband Jonathan Singletary. "First, LA finally went on Mute! 😂 Secondly we had the best time last night! Words can’t express how much I love these humans! Happy Birthday Beyoncé!" he wrote.
Yara Shahidi and Francia Raisa
The supermodel brought her so-grown-up kids to the show (and don't worry, she had a silver tank under that red jumpsuit — scroll to see!).
Nicole Richie captured a video of the moment to make it extremely clear that she took the "everybody on mute" challenge seriously.
Taraji P. Henson
Also seeing the show for the second time was Taraji P. Henson who was just as elated the second time around. "I was 'On the run' to see #renaissance!!! (See what I did there😏)," she joked, referring to Beyoncé's and JAY-Z's song "Part II (On the Run)".
"@beyonce you are something to behold!!!!!," Henson continued. "I saw the show in Marseille, France in June and again last night in LA aaaaaaannnndddd I was blown away all over again. Happy Birthday 👑!!!"
Jenna Dewan and Steve Kazee
Chrishell Stause, Ira Madison III, Lukas Gage, Chelsea Lazkani
It was a Selling Sunset sandwich for the show's stars, on either side of the podcast host and actor.
Vanessa Hudgens came ready to perform "Heated" in the stands as the actress was pictured posing with her glittery fan. "I can’t even describe how special tonight was," she later wrote on Instagram. "Beyoncé is the goat 👽 thank you @sofi for having me 🥰 so grateful. So inspired. So full. ♥️"
Frankie Grande was also ready for the Renaissance in contrasting shades of silver and black, writing, "Mother of the house… I’ve arrived at your birthday party and don’t worry, I’m in dress code. "
"The queen said “wear silver” and we said “yes ma’am.” ," Sophia wrote on her Instagram post.
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