Michelle Obama Earns Cool-Mom Points at Beyonce/Jay Z Concert

Beyonce performs onstage during the "On The Run Tour: Beyonce And Jay-Z" at Soldier Field on July 24, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. 
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First lady takes her two daughters to Chicago 'On the Run' stop.

There were some very VIP guests at Beyoncé and Jay Z's Thursday night "On the Run" concert in Chicago: First lady Michelle Obama and her daughters joined the masses at Soldier Field to check out Bey and Jay's high-energy show.

How do we know this? Naturally, people sitting in their section couldn't play it cool, and instead, immeadiately uploaded photos to Instagram. (Alas, there's no video of the first family trying out their moves for "Single Ladies" or "Upgrade U.")

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The first lady and her daughters are crazy in love with Queen Bey and have attended a date at her last couple of tours. In addition, Beyoncé and Mrs. Obama have been in a public mutual admiration society for quite some time: Beyoncé famously serenaded the president and first lady with "At Last" at a 2008 inaugration party, and memorably sang the national anthem at President Obama's 2013 inauguration. Most recently, Beyoncé reportedly performed at Mrs. Obama's 50th birthday party in January.

Of course, their most exciting collaboration might just be when Beyoncé signed on for the theme song of Mrs. Obama's 2011 "Let's Move!" campaign, remixing her hit song "Get Me Bodied" into the equally-catchy-but-more-appropriate-for-kids version "Move Your Body." 

Unfortunately, "Move Your Body" isn't part of "On the Run."