The internet fell "Crazy In Love" with UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis on Thursday following an impeccable floor routine to Beyoncé's Homecoming.

Dennis performed her exercise — which consisted of tumbling, leaps and dance elements — to a mashup of Beyoncé's Coachella performance, including "Lose My Breath," "7/11" and other hits.

In addition to her near-perfect tumbling passes, the sociology major also hit the "Cat Daddy" and "The Woah" and finished off the routine by placing an imaginary crown atop her head. The crowd instantly went wild for Dennis.

The junior earned a 9.975 out of 10 for the event at the meet against the University of Utah on Sunday, which also happened to be her 21st birthday, ESPN reported. What better way to celebrate than doing Queen Bey proud?

After the routine was posted to Twitter, the internet realized that girls really do “Run The World.”

She was even recognized by former UCLA student, Gabrielle Union-Wade.

Praising her for her incredible moves and top-tier sass, many Twitter users were confused as to why she didn’t receive a perfect score.

She also earned a 9.85 on vault exercise. Dennis was appreciative of everyone’s love and support.

Despite the near-flawless routine, Utah came out on top, beating UCLA 198.075-198.025, reports ESPN.