Beyoncé Took Blue Ivy To Target Because She's Just A Normal Mom

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Beyoncé made a surprise trip to Target with Blue Ivy and her mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, and the internet can't get over it.
While everyone who saw the famous singer in the store remained calm, the internet collectively hyperventilated from excitement.
Bey popped into a Target in San Clemente, California. She could have easily sent an assistant to run the errand for her, but who would pass up a trip to Target? Not us, and not Beyoncé. Like any well-known celebrity, it's nearly impossible to go out without being recognized. It was only a matter of time before someone spotted her. Other than a pair of sunglasses, she made no attempt to disguise herself, and why should she? She's Beyoncé and we love her.
The Twitter reactions are exactly what you would expect: shock, awe, amazement, and hilarity.
"They would've found my body laid out on aisle 7," one fan tweeted as they caught a glimpse of Beyoncé on video. "My two favorite things: Target and Beyoncé," tweeted another.
One user who missed out on the sighting bemoaned the fact that they can't even find their family in Target while others found Beyoncé.
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Others commented on how they would have reacted if they had seen the great Queen Bey in person. "If I ever saw Beyoncé casually in Target, I'd probably pass out before I even had the opportunity to reach my phone," one wrote. To be honest, we would probably react the same way.
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This isn't the first time that Beyoncé has made a surprise trip to Target. According to Madam Noir, the singer was seen playing with a Batman mask with friends at the store in 2013. In 2011, her visit to a Target in Harlem caused nothing short of pandemonium.
We also wonder if each time she only went in there for one thing and came out with a cartful of things she only sort of needed but mostly wanted?

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