The stunned Beyonce superfan in the Homecoming film has been found

‘They got me in the documentary making that face,’ Sydney shouted into the Twittersphere as she watched the Homecoming film for the first time.

Sydney’s reaction went around the internet quicker than a surprise album with people instantly declaring it a symbol for our mutual hero worship.

Sydney told BuzzFeed News: ‘I remember the cameraman being in my face the whole time, but I was so happy to be shown because it means Beyoncé knows my face exists.’

A week ago, Sydney was gearing up for the film’s release, admitting that she would lose her mind if she was in the documentary.

Writing on Twitter, she said: ‘Hope y’all know if i see myself in this documentary i will NOT know how to act.’

Freshman basketball player Sydney has been a Beyonce fan since she was 13 years old.

Around 99% of her social media content is dedicated to the singer and last year she finally got the chance to witness Beyonce become the first black solo female performer at Coachella.

The Homecoming film is a behind the scenes look at the former Destiny’s Child singer’s preparation for the show, which took place across two weekends in April and May 2018.

Captured over eight months, the Netflix documentary takes a closer look at costumes, rehearsals and vocals that went into the two-part show, which was initially postponed for the birth of her twins, Rumi and Sir Carter.

In true Beyonce style, not only did the performer release a film but she dropped a secret live album to go alongside it.

Homecoming is available to view on Netflix now.



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