Beyoncé proved once again that there really isn't anything she can't do, especially when she's backed by a group of strong-willed females.
The 34-year-old singer premiered her new visual album, Lemonade, on HBO Saturday night, and while all attention was certainly on the fiery lyrics, it was hard not to notice all the amazing cameos.
From fashion models to award-winning actresses, this is the all-star squad Beyoncé got in "formation" for the telling tale:
The tennis pro, also 34, flaunted her sexy curves in a black leotard and twerked next to Bey during "Sorry," which was filmed in black-and-white. Naturally, the internet went crazy.
IS SERENA WILLIAMS WITH BEYONCÉ??! pic.twitter.com/OrYkRUjE9l— phony braxton (@Many_Myles_Away) April 24, 2016
The 19-year-old Disney star appeared several times in the hour-long special, rocking gorgeous braids and natural makeup. She later took to Instagram to share a snap of herself with Beyonce and company on a set of steps, which was captured at the very end of the film.
"One of the most beautiful things I've ever had the honor of being apart of," Zendaya captioned it. "Black. Girl. Magic."
The Hunger Games star, who has never been afraid to speak her mind, helped bring Bey's message of empowerment and self-acceptance to life with appearances throughout the special.
"Lemonade. Thank you @Beyonce for reminding us of our strength," the 17-year-old actress tweeted.
Chloe and Halle Bailey
Bey signed the two sisters to her Parkwood Entertainment company last May after their YouTube cover of her song, "Pretty Hurts," went viral, and both girls also made an appearance in Lemonade. They looked as adorable as ever in earth-toned dresses in a scene following "Sandcastles."
The former America's Next Top Model contestant felt "blessed" to be a part of Beyonce's emotional film, appearing in "Forward" and "Freedom." She later took to Instagram to share a shot of herself from the video, in which she holds a portrait of her great-grandfather.
"So honoured to have worked with you and to be acknowledged by you @beyonce," she wrote. "This photo is dear to me because this is a photo of my great grandfather. I'm very blessed to know about my present and future sometimes, but I'm even more blessed to have knowledge about my past."
Also appearing in "Forward" with a portrait in hand was the mother of the late Mike Brown, who was shot and killed in August 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri, by a police officer.
The mother of Trayvon Martin, who was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch captain in Sanford, Florida, in February 2012, was featured in the same scene as a bold and powerful tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement.