This Girl's Prom Entrance to Beyoncé's 'Formation' Is the Best Thing You'll Watch Today

Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook

After this, he might even put a ring on it. 

On Tuesday, Facebook user Jay Scott posted a 3-minute video of a girl who orchestrated a dance to Beyoncé's woke anthem "Formation" before she meets her prom date. 

The video has since gotten over 75,000 shares and 5 million views.

The performance starts off with a person in a black T-shirt, white pants and a black hat emerging from the door, head-bopping to the song's pulsing beat. Then, he slays. 

Source: Mic/Facebook
Source: Mic/Facebook

After his moves during the first verse, a second dancer joins him on stage — well, on stoop. 

Source: Mic/Facebook
Source: Mic/Facebook

Finally, the prom date emerges in a Beyhive-inspired yellow dress and poses for pictures while her family and friends whoop and holler from the crowd. 

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And on this day, she truly slayed. 

BTW, shoutout to her date who stood there for 3 minutes as the dance routine went down. Watch the whole video below:

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Mathew Rodriguez

Mathew Rodriguez is a Staff Writer at Mic. He is a queer Latino New Yorker who enjoys female rappers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Flannery O'Connor. He is a former editor at TheBody.com and he is working on a memoir.

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