No one can dance like Beyoncé. She is one of the greatest artists of all time, and in addition to her impressive torrent of voice, the singer knows how to dance like no one else. The strength of his movements, his hair that accompanies him in each of his steps and his gaze make his concerts an unforgettable spectacle. For all of this, Beyonce inspires many and destroys where she goes. This was the case last March, when the singer performed in one of the concerts that will go down in history at the American Coachella festival. The incredible dance she performed in the middle of her performance inspired Virginia State University freshman Brianna Bundick-Kelly to memorize the choreography of the performance. Obviously, this was not an easy task.
Brianna, whose Twitter account is @briyonce, must have studied the moves in detail, likely obsessed with the intricacies of what it means to portray herself as the queen of pop music. But the video of her did not disappoint. Twitter took notice of this woman’s impeccable ability to move and transform like a superwoman. The video has amassed 2.71 million views since he posted it. It has won a lot of fans, and rightly so. Beyoncé’s number 1 fan proved she is with another video she recorded 2 years ago imitating one of Beyoncé’s most remarkable choreographies. Bundick-Kelly told Insider that she started memorizing Beyoncé’s choreography when she was bored and had nothing else to do: “I got involved in reproducing dances out of boredom.” , she said. “I was literally sitting at home watching Beyoncé concerts and I was like, ‘Man, I want to do this…Wait, I can do this…I’m going to do this!’And the rest is history. .” The boredom of her inspires many people to do the same: