The queen officially has her day.
In a move securing him as the most flawless governor among all those in the Beyhive, Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton (D) officially decreed Monday, May 23, as "Beyoncé Day" in the Gopher State.
"Beyoncé has influenced many Minnesota girls and women with the powerful, positive messages in her music, and her impact and success has been widely-recognized," a press release from Dayton's office stated.
Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith (D) also signed the proclamation.
The declaration of "Beyoncé Day" came as the award-winning performer continued her Formation World Tour in Minneapolis Monday night. Her show drew thousands of fans to TCF Bank Stadium, despite stormy weather and a temporary evacuation due to lightening.
Governor Dayton and Lt. Governor @tinaflintsmith have proclaimed today as @Beyonce Day in MN https://t.co/JNkgkd3M5Z— Governor Mark Dayton (@Governor Mark Dayton)1464036778.0
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