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Celebs React To Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Surprise Album ‘Everything Is Love’

Every time Beyoncé does something big, it has everyone—fans and celebrities alike—shook. That’s not excluding her unexpected album release with husband Jay-Z this past weekend.

The Carters dropped Everything Is Love, a nine-song collection, this past Saturday during their On The Run II tour. They also released the album’s first visual “Apeshit.” The new album the duo’s first full-length record together after years of marriage, parenthood, music collaborations and shared concerts. Everything Is Love is meant to serve as a happy ending to the sequence of albums that began with Beyoncé’s prodigious Lemonade in 2016 and Jay-Z’s 4:44 in 2017.

The new album drop was so sudden and so surprising, it became a “drop everything and listen” kind of situation—even for celebrities, showcasing how even though they’re famous, they’re just as big of Beyoncé fans as us. Here’s how some celebrities reacted to Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Everything Is Love on social media.


Frontman and drummer for The Roots Questlove gives us his quick take on the surprise LP noting how the Carters allow their music to do all the talking.

Girl Meets World actress Rowland Blanchard says what everyone is thinking: if you don’t use Twitter, there’s a good chance that you make an exception for Queen B album drops.


Ariana Grande can’t stop listening to “Boss”—and we can’t blame her. The Sweetener singer shared multiple stories on her Instagram gushing over her love for the new album.


American Idol’s Todrick Hall is woke, reacting in the same way most of us did.


“One Kiss” singer Dua Lipa gets it.


Former Fifth Harmony Member Lauren Jauregui highlighted that it would be great if Bey and Jay could just adopt us all.


Just when you thought Beyoncé couldn’t top her Lemonade music videos, she and Jay-Z shoot their video for “Apeshit” in the iconic Lourve museum in Paris. Writer Roxane Gay was just as stunned by the visuals as any of us.


We also couldn’t agree more with Canadian humorist and author Jonny Sun.


DJ Khaled shared his love for the new album, reminding fans to get their TIDAL subscription asap to enjoy another Bey year.


This album has been a long time coming for the Carters and, like most of us, Ty Dolla $ign was feeling very thankful for the dream collaboration.


Chief Keef was among the list of celebrities and rappers Jay-Z and Beyoncé referenced throughout the album, and he couldn’t help but brag a little about it.


Actor Colton Haynes reminded us that when Beyoncé drops a surprise album, you can’t forget to keep your friends in the loop—even if they’re sleeping.


Chicago Fire star Monica Raymund couldn’t contain her excitement for the new LP, shouting at her Twitter follows that she will return once she’s memorized every song (same Monica).


Precious actress Gabby Sidibe was having the ultimate listening party in her PJs, giving us all her thoughts on Twitter.


Comedian Ziwe said what we were all thinking.