Not to be eclipsed by Lady Gaga, Beyoncé has been treating her fans to all sorts of viral video goodness of late, including slowly teasing her highly anticipated video for "Run The World (Girls). In order to stay on our mind (as if she could ever really leave), B can be seen in not one but two new clips today alone. The first, a shot of Mrs. Carter surprising a gymnasium full of students at New York City's P.S. 161, a move straight out of her "Move Your Body" video. Like you'd expect, there's lots of shrieking and a few tears, as Beyoncé joins the mob (at the 1:35 mark) to do her part in carrying out the First Lady's order that all of the nation's youth should know how to Dougie. (While they're working on that, can someone please send the school a few actual American flags?) Watch the adorably giddy reactions below. If only we could book her for office appearances.
The diva also graciously offered up a teaser from her still unseen Francis Lawrence-directed "Girls" video, one that people are just itching to place in the pop canon when details and photos surfaced last month after the shoot in California. There may not be much of B in this 20-second clip (but my what big eyes you have) but instead, a roster of fierce women amidst a barren desert, creating an army that any man (or woman) would be scared to face alone. Go ahead and treat yourself to a second helping of Queen B below.
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