LAST MONTH Beyoncé called for women to get in formation, and now her new track has inspired five talented ladies to do just that - using the art of tap dancing.
In a video posted online Sunday (Mar 13), five black women bring the Formation song's lyrics to life through a stunning tap dance performance.
Once their breathtaking dance is over, the video then shows women around the world emulating the flawless routine.
The video was produced and choreographed by Chloe and Maud Arnold, two sisters from Washington DS who are members of tap dance group, Syncopated Ladies, which Chloe founded. Chloe and Maud said they were moved by Beyoncé's new single and the singer's call for solidarity among women.
"Beyoncé is so inspiring as a black woman because she's extremely talented but beyond that she's a business woman, she's kind, she's amazing, she's everything you want to be," Maud told The Huffington Post. "She holds her sisters up, she inspires others, she loves being a black woman and she embraces it. And it's really important for us to express that, too."
In just two days, the video has been watched more than three million times on Facebook, and has even Queen Bey herself shared it.