Michelle Obama Dances With Beyoncé’s Mom at Paris Concert

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z concerts are otherworldly already, but the Paris, France, stop over the weekend became the stuff of legends when former first lady Michelle Obama was seen dancing alongside Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles Lawson, in the crowd.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z did their French fans a solid.

The "Apeshit" performance at the Stade de France on Sunday was the last of the concert (so it came after "Forever Young" I must deduce.).

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The mother-daughter duo separated at some point as Michelle joined Beyonce's mother Tina Knowles at the front of the stage without Sasha.

Former President Barack Obama wasn't on hand because he is taking his first trip to Africa since leaving the White House. Now, this could've easily caused a dilemma for ticket-holders, as they expected to choose between attending the concert or watching the historic match; however, the power couple didn't want their fans to miss out on either event, so they made a decision to host a World Cup viewing party before the show.

We can't wait to see them going insane in the crowd again soon. Sasha Obama was there too in the crowd dancing along to the megastars' hits, Elle reports.



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