Beyonce Just Gave Her Employees The BEST Christmas Present Ever - WATCH

19 December 2016, 14:51

Beyonce Christmas Party

We're jealous.

Beyonce just gave her Parkwood Entertainment employees the best Christmas present ever.

Seriously, this will make your staff Christmas party look dull AF.

Firstly, Bey treated her guests to a private screening of her Grammy-nominated visual album 'LEMONADE' at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.

Attendees were provided with complimentary Beyonce-brand popcorn and packets of Lemonheads sweets (of course.)

 

A photo posted by @errythangyonce onDec 15, 2016 at 11:45pm PST

 

Not only that, but the Queen herself then took to the stage for a flawless live performance of 'All Night'.

Bey was backed by a full band, dancers and a projection of the song's music video in the background.

 

A video posted by @errythangyonce onDec 16, 2016 at 12:03am PST

 

A video posted by @errythangyonce onDec 16, 2016 at 5:04am PST

 

And there's more. In the theatre lobby, a selection of Beyonce's iconic outfits from the Emmy-nominated visual album were on display for guests to admire. 

Amongst the featured outfits were Bey's yellow layered dress from the 'Hold Up' video, her regal gown from 'All Night', and the candy-striped dress from 'Formation'.

 

A photo posted by @errythangyonce onDec 15, 2016 at 11:38pm PST

 

A photo posted by @errythangyonce onDec 15, 2016 at 11:40pm PST

 

Hosting the night was music legend Quincy Jones, with guests including will.i.am., songwriter Dianne Warren and Bey's mother Tina Lawson.

What a way to celebrate what has been an amazing year for the 'Freedom' singer!

So where was our invite, Bey?

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