Jazmine Sullivan is clearly a Beyonce fan. One week after Queen Bey released "Formation," the Reality Show creator showed off some dance moves with the track.

In the video, the R&B crooner dresses in all black as she performs some choreography for the camera with a back-up dancer.

"bey's song dropped I was hype we didn't know the dance yet," read the caption of the black and white video with hashtags like "#stilldon't," "#nojudgementzone," and "#loveher."

The "Need U Bad" singer is up for three Grammy's this year for her latest project, Reality Show. The album has been three years in the making but the 28-year-old is definitely back at the grind now.

"The love that I got when I finally did start performing again was all that I needed to just get back out there," said Sullivan in an interview with Pitchfork. "Just to know that people were out there and they missed me. That made all the difference."

The rewards aren't falling on deaf ears either. She made it clear what the warm reception has meant to her.

"That my hard work was not in vain," she shared in the interview. "That as crazy as I was in the studio, it was not in vain… I really did drive myself crazy with this album. But my fans appreciate it, and also the Academy can see how much work I put into it. They can see it and they can hear it."

Catch the Grammy's on Monday night (Feb. 15) at 8 p.m. EST.


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