Beyonce steals the spotlight anywhere she goes!
After slaying the Super Bowl 50 Pepsi Halftime show on Sunday, Queen Bey hit the after-party scene looking carefree and fabulous.
Shortly after her performance, the 34-year-old singer posed for a selfie with mom Tina Lawson and her new hubby, Richard Lawson, from their box seats at Levi's Stadium, grinning from ear-to-ear.
ET's Kevin Frazier caught up with Beyonce inside the stadium, where she gushed that she felt "proud" about her "Formation" performance.
"I wanted people to feel proud," she said of the new single, "and have love for themselves."
Later, wearing the same red outfit, Bey playfully stuck out her tongue as she posed with members of her glam squad.
Beyonce even graced Diplo with her presence, hitting the dance floor to rock out to his hit single, "Lean On." The EDM star was understandably starstruck and took to Twitter to share the details.
"I was the only person on the dance floor. DJ played 'Lean On' and Beyonce came and danced with me," he shared. "Done with life, bye."
After an eventful day, to say the least, Jay Z's other half called it a night with a cozy blanket and what looks like a sweet treat for two.
So where did the real Super Bowl MVP (sorry, Von Miller) rest her head? The best place in town, of course.
Beyonce stayed at a $55 million airbnb mansion
in the Los Altos Hills -- the most expensive home in the area, natch -- overlooking Levi's Stadium. To rent the eco-friendly, five-bedroom property costs a whopping $10,000 per night, with the home boasting an outdoor fireplace, vanished-edge pool and spa, a rooftop vegetable garden, chickens for fresh eggs, plus 270 degree views of San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
Beyonce told ET that her favorite part of this year's halftime show was watching Coldplay, but frontman Chris Martin revealed that she isn't always a fan of his music. Find out why she turned down one of his songs (and called it "awful!") in the video below.