Only Beyoncé can get other pop stars to “bow down.” As the overnight release of her new self-titled album became the buzz of Friday morning, among the social media stir were several of the “Grown Woman” singer’s fellow celebrities.
Katy Perry, whose album “Prism” broke records when it debuted in October, immediately pledged her allegiance to Queen Bey.
“Don’t talk to me today unless it’s about @Beyonce THANX,” Perry tweeted early Friday. “B done broke the internet.”
Demi Lovato, who also released her chart-topping album, “Demi” earlier this year, couldn’t contain her excitement over the 32-year-old pop star’s new album.
“HOW IS ANYONE NOT TWEETING ABOUT #BEYONCE RIGHT NOW?!!?!?” she wrote, before declaring Friday to be “Beyonceday.”
Even Lady Gaga, who has been busy promoting her own new music all over Twitter, took the time to acknowledge her friend’s achievement.
“Welcome back Honey B we missed you,” Gaga, 27, wrote.
But perhaps no one was more proud than Beyoncé’s younger sister, R&B singer Solange Knowles.
“I’m sitting here watching THE most artful and perfect project ever,” Knowles, 27, wrote.
King Bey wins again!!!! Bow Down Bitches!!!!!