This Woman Nails Beyoncé's Coachella Routine And Earns The Nickname 'Briyonce'

"... 'Cause that's what Beyoncé would do."

College student Brianna Bundick-Kelly is now known as "Briyonce" — and rightfully so.

According to Hello Giggles, the Virginia State University student learned Beyoncé's Coachella dance routine in just 40 minutes, and when she did, she decided to share her moves with the world. Bundick-Kelly posted a video of herself doing the dance moves to Twitter and, subsequently, went viral. 


"If you thought I was about to sit here, learn choreo [sic] & dance like I'm one of Beyoncé's backup dancers... YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT!" she captioned the clip on Twitter. She attached a side-by-side video of Beyoncé's performance with her own moves, with the two moving in sync. 

Bundick-Kelly's video has since been viewed more than 5 million times, collecting hundreds of thousands of likes and nearly 100,000 retweets. She followed up the video with another tweet saying:

"I was having a terrible week and y'all are really making my heart so happy with all the love! It's overwhelming. Thank you, thank you, thank you."

Briana even captured Ellen DeGeneres's attention, and went on The Ellen Show to perform.

"It took me 40 minutes to get all the moves down, but then like an hour to perfect it, 'cause that's what Beyoncé would do," she told DeGeneres.

"That would take me at least 45 minutes to learn," DeGeneres jokes. DeGeneres then surprises her by telling her that she will be sending her to see Beyoncé on tour. We think it's safe to say Bundick-Kelly will have the opportunity to learn some killer new dance moves there, too.

Afterward, she tweeted that VSU threw her a watch party to see her on Ellen. You can check it out in the video below: 


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