On Monday night, the 39-year-old megastar graced the choreographer and RuPaul's Drag Race frequenter with her presence at the latter's 36th blowout birthday bash in Los Angeles, California.
Bey came dressed to impressed, wearing one of her signature, over-the-top corseted leotards with a colossal bow planted right on her rump, matching gold heels and her gorgeous, lion mane-esque hair on full display. As for the birthday boy, Todrick was sporting Louis Vuitton jeans and a Moschino football-style top.
And can we just say... Beyonce must really love this man because as we all know, she rarely goes out! Plus, attending a party on a school night with the pandemic still looming would be considered unreasonable by some and downright rude by others.
However, the queen didn't seem to mind!
Capturing what appeared to be the tail end of a Yoncé performance, party attendee and YouTuber Young Ezee posted footage on their Instagram Story of Mrs. Carter with a mic in her hand, facing a crowd of adoring onlookers.
"Not @Beyonce showing up and showing out," Young Ezee wrote over the video, zooming in on the singer. "Yo, Beyonce killed it," someone was then heard saying. At the end of the clip, Todrick was seen running toward the star and hugging her tightly, all while the crowd surrounding them cheered and chanted.
The video did not capture which song or songs Beyoncé performed, though RadarOnline.com has contacted reps for Knowles and Hall seeking comment.
Todrick, whose birthday was actually on Sunday, has worked with Beyoncé on several different occasions over the years. He even famously helped choreograph her music video for Blow.
"It's crazy! I got to work with Beyoncé, who is just my favorite artist, next to Justin Bieber obviously," Hall gushed to MTV back in 2013, adding, "It was just an amazing experience. She was awesome to work with and the video finally came out and it was the hardest secret in my life to keep. I wasn't surprised because I knew it was happening, but I didn't know when."
In 2012, Todrick tweeted a selfie with the vocalist and quipped, "First time I met @beyonce I literally couldn't breathe; look at my face bahahaha RT."
And in 2011, Beyoncé publicly thanked Hall for helping to choreograph a flash mob for one of her hit singles.
"Todrick Hall, I don't know if you choreographed, or you just came up with the concept but you did an amazing job and all of your dancers, the little kids, spelling out Beyonce at the end. All of the details, beautifully shot, so creative," she said in a YouTube video at the time.
Guess she really does love him. Happy birthday, Todrick! We're assuming your wish already came true!