Beyonce's Beyhive Is 'Irreplaceable' in Billboard's Fan Army Face-Off

Beyonce performs during the Formation World Tour
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Beyonce performs during the Formation World Tour at the Rose Bowl on May 14, 2016 in Pasadena, Calif.

In the fourth round of Billboard’s Fan Army Face-Off, Beyoncé’s Beyhive is taking on Ariana Grande’s Arianators leading up to the semifinals. The Beyhive has come a long way defending their Queen B and will not stop until they put their “Love on Top.”

The Beyhive swarmed together to become one of music’s biggest fanbases since Beyonce’s days in Destiny’s Child. The Grammy-winning artist broke through into solo domination with her No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 single “Crazy in Love” and a feature on now-husband Jay Z’s “03 Bonnie & Clyde.” The artist’s first solo album, Dangerously in Love, debuted on the Billboard 200 at No. 1 and (in addition to "Crazy") brought the hit singles “Naughty Girl,” “Baby Boy” and “Me, Myself and I.”

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Two halftime shows, multiple film roles, six chart-topping albums and countless bee and lemon emojis later, it's no surprise that the Beyhive has successfully beat out Bruno Mars’ Hooligans, Miley Cyrus’ Smilers and Nick Jonas’ screaming fans so far in the 2016 Fan Army Face-Off. In last year's fan battle, the Beyhive lost to eventual Fan Army champs T-ara’s Queens. This year, the Beyhive is striving to show the competition who the ultimate Queen B is.

There is less than a week left in the current round of Billbaord’s Fan Army Face-Off -- vote for your fave now!


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