Can Confirm: Science Behind New #BeyonceAlwaysOnBeat Checks Out

Beyonce. Queen Bey. Mrs Carter Knowles.

Possessor of dance moves so flawless that they are ALWAYS ON BEAT.

No srsly. Twitter user @MascotMY_Tweets (real name: Kendall Gaines) created the hashtag #BeyonceAlwaysOnBeat last Saturday to showcase that Beyonce’s dance moves are so flawless that they will perfectly match any music you set them to.

ANY music. Observe:

This being the internet and the age of loving Beyonce and also short attention spans, the hashtag blew the fuck up. Thousands of people getting behind the indisputable truth that Beyonce is always on beat. You’ve probably seen it in your news feed already, and if you haven’t, you might need better friends.

“I noticed a couple of months back that Beyonce just so happened to match so many songs!” Gains told Pedestrian. “But I finally decided to execute my idea to the Twitter world.”

“I did not expect this to be this big at all! Celebs are mentioning it, from P Diddy to Missy Elliot.”

#BeyonceAlwaysOnBeat gained Gains (lol) about 1200 followers on Twitter and thousands of people talking about it. No word from yet from Queen Bey herself, though.

“I would literally die if Beyonce mentioned it,” he said. “I’ve loved her for so long, all I want [is] for her to acknowledge it. I’ll be so grateful, she’s Queen in my eyes.”

FYI this one is his favourite:

Twitter of course sprung into gear and started making a few of their own:

And now, whaddya know, Whitney is also Always On Beat: