Viola Davis had fans speechless after showing off her toned midriff at Beyoncé’s birthday concert in Los Angeles earlier this month.

According to the Atlanta Black Star, Davis was among Hollywood’s most notable celebrities who attended the second show of the Renaissance Tour on Sept. 2 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. 

Though the concert was earlier this month, Davis uploaded her own photos from the event this week.

The Finding Me author wore a bedazzled crop top, loose-fitted jeans and a blue Nike Air zip-up jacket. Her flawless ensemble sparked reactions from fans after a photo of Davis and Queer Eye star Karamo Brown had circulated on social media.

“Not Miss Viola got her midriff out for Beyoncé! Okay girl,” one user wrote. 

“She looks so good. Her body is FINE,” another commented.

“How to Get Away With Slaying,” a third user shared.


“Oh baby that skin is TIGHT! Auntie Viola hasn’t aged a day in her life,” another user wrote.

The 58-year-old took to her Instagram account and shared photos and videos of the concert. Davis also wrote a loving message to Queen Bey on Sept. 4 in honor of the singer’s 42nd birthday.

“Happiest of birthdays to the Queen herself,” the EGOT winner began in the post’s caption.

She continued: “God anointed you and US with your talent, generosity, and magneticism….Your Renaissance Tour was an unforgettable masterpiece, igniting our hearts with the mesmerizing performances of your dancers, musicians, and backup vocalists. Thank you for blessing us with your brilliance, @beyonce!!! ❤❤❤️


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On Sunday, Davis also shared a photo wearing the outfit as she smiled for a picture before the show started.

In February, Blavity reported the BBC had apologized to Davis after labeling her as Beyoncé in a photo during Grammy coverage.

“Beyoncé’s Big Night,” the British outlet captioned a photo of Davis from the Golden Globes in January.

“We apologize for the mistake last night when our news channels briefly showed a photograph of Viola Davis from January’s Golden Globes alongside a headline about Beyoncé at yesterday’s Grammys,” the BBC shared in a statement. “This fell below the BBC’s usual standards.”