We all know Katie Holmes is a big Beyonce fan, but it seems the singer's mother is equally impressed with the former Dawson's Creek star!
Tina Knowles Lawson, 64, shared a group snap of her daughter and the 39-year-old actress on Sunday night following Beyonce's second headlining set at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California. Holmes looked festival chic, wearing a pale pink dress, fedora and denim jacket loosely tied around her waist.
"With the talented Katie Holmes and @beyonce," Lawson wrote, alongside several heart emojis.
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In February 2016, Holmes totally fan-girled over the 36-year-old "Formation" singer during an appearance on The Tonight ShowStarring Jimmy Fallon, where she gushed over Beyonce's epic Super Bowl 50 halftime performance.
"We were excited and then we joined in as if we were a part of it," Holmes exclaimed while showing off a little dance move. "And then we cheered."
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It's no surprise that the star made it a point to catch Beyoncé's Coachella performance on Saturday, which she described as a "magical night" next to a clip of the post-show fireworks.
Meanwhile, Beyonce's mom mingled with several other famous faces at the concert, including Octavia Spencer and Tyler Perry.
"Last night at Coachella with the amazing @tylerperry and @octaviaspencer," she captioned a selfie of her sandwiched in between the comedian and the Oscar winner.
Lawson also shared another group photo with Spencer and husband Richard Lawson, and jokingly said they have "adopted this beautiful lady into the family."
Another Instagram selfie featured the 64-year-old posing up close with actress Jennifer Hudson, who she described as a "tall gorgeous supermodel." Hudson starred alongside Beyonce in the 2006 movie Dreamgirls.
Lawson initially doubted Queen Bey's vision for her history-making performance -- which included several African-American cultural references -- but she quickly changed her tune following Bey's first Coachella show.
"I told Beyonce that I was afraid that the predominately white audience at Coachella would be confused by all of the black culture and Black college culture because it was something that they might not get," she wrote in a lengthy Instagram post.
She continued, "She said I have worked very hard to get to the point where I have a true voice and at this point in my life and my career I have a responsibility to do what's best for the world and not what is most popular... I stand corrected."