Plus-size model Tabria Majors won Halloween 2020 when she dropped a video re-creating a slew of Beyoncé‘s iconic music video moments, complete with wardrobe, location, backup dancers and all. Queen Bey took notice of the on-point re-enactment and stamped it with her seal of approval, a highly coveted giant box of her latest line Ivy Park gear.
On October 30, Majors shared a 10:36 “Beylloween” post titled “A Tribute to Beyoncé,” paying homage to 5 of Bey’s classic videos including “Crazy in Love,” “Deja Vu,” and “Formation.” The fully produced affair was directed by Majors’ friend and director Matt Alves, and was the best shot-for-shot remake of Bey’s visually stunning music videos that many had seen, including Beyoncé herself, apparently.
“‘You have a delivery from Beyonce’😩😩😩 WTF! Y’all already know me and @mttalves got something planned for this!” Majors captioned her post, which included a video of her rightfully freaking out while unboxing what appears to be the entire collection of Adidas x Ivy Park’s second drop, dubbed “Drip 2: Black Pack.”
The 30-year-old Savage X Fenty model was inspired to create the elaborate production because of the immense amount of admiration and respect that she has for Beyoncé, as well as wanting “to do something different this year.”
Admittedly Majors says she’s “NOT a dancer by any means,” which makes the feat of tackling Beyoncé’s quick-paced choreography all the more impressive. “This project was incredibly stressful to make but so much fun! I am NOT a dancer by any means — my friends always clown me for it lolll But I wanted to apply Beyoncé’s infamous work ethic to this project and see how far I could push myself.”
Fans were thrilled to see that the model’s hard work didn’t go unnoticed by Mrs. Carter herself.
“It’s what you deserve,” stated a follower.
“She did an amazing Beyoncé tribute so if anyone deserves it…,” agreed a second.
“You earned the hell out of this collection, girl,” praised a third fan.
“WE WANT A PHOTOSHOOT,” a fourth demanded.
Majors seemed to hint at doing something fly and fabulous with her gift in her post, and it appears that fans are eager to see what creativity she and Alves will come up with next.
Adidas x Ivy Park “Black Pack” is set for release online in the U.S. Nov. 17, globally online Nov. 18, and in stores Nov. 19.