Beyoncé appears to have been spotted shopping in Target.
A woman bearing a striking resemblance to the global superstar was papped by a fan in an LA branch of the store.
It wouldn’t be the first time Beyoncé has been seen in Target.
Beyoncé appears to have been papped by a fan while shopping at Target.
The mega-star, (or someone who looks extremely like her), was spotted browsing an LA branch of the department store.
Naturally, Queen Bey looked like she’d walked straight off the catwalk, dressed in a long-sleeved orange jumpsuit, cat-eye sunglasses, and with her hair in tumbling waves.
When you come across a Multi-Million Dollar Goddess at Target! 😱🥰😍 Lunch Breaks in Westwood😬
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Jan 7, 2019 at 1:25pm PST
She was photographed by a fan named Monica while walking down the diaper aisle of a Target in the Westwood area of the city.
After Monica posted the photo on her Instagram account, it was swiftly shared across social media, with many people expressing their shock and amazement.
Beyoncé seen at @Target in LA today — Jan. 7th. pic.twitter.com/wpDBgFAxit
— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@BeyLegion) January 7, 2019
“Can’t believe we shop at the same place,” wrote one person.
Can’t believe we shop at the same place pic.twitter.com/WwhGKY3GPr
— yalitza aparacio stan (@DlEWITHYOU) January 7, 2019
“THE ONE DAY I DON’T GO TO TARGET!! ARE YOU SERIOUS?” added another fan.
THE ONE DAY I DON’T GO TO TARGET!! ARE YOU SERIOUS
— Ayanna 🌻 (@Ayannaxo__) January 7, 2019
Even Chrissy Teigen weighed in on the matter, offering to send Beyoncé some knives from her kitchenware collection sold in Target.
Beyonce you are so silly, I can just send you my new knives!! https://t.co/J5KDaHtOSc
— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) January 7, 2019
While it’s possible the woman isn’t in fact Beyoncé at all but merely a lookalike, this wouldn’t be the first time the singer has been spotted in the store.
In December 2017, Beyoncé was seen shopping in a Target in San Clemente, California.
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Source:: Business Insider