SECTIONS
What would you like to know?
Share this Story
/

Beyoncé breaks the internet — but a Beyoncé you've actually never met

Beyoncé, Tina Turner and Chris Brown all unite on Facebook... and it's so not what you think

Forget celebrity look-alikes. Try sharing a celeb's name.

A young girl named Beyoncé took to Humans of New York's Facebook page on April 4 to describe her struggles sharing such a star-powered name with Queen Bey.

More: Beyoncé's even more beautiful in leaked, unPhotoshopped pictures

"When the teacher started calling attendance, I got really nervous, because every time people learn my name is Beyoncé, somebody starts singing 'Single Ladies,'" the young girl shared of her experience on the first day of school.

“Sometimes I hate my name because it always draws attention to me, and I’m not a very social person. My family moved...

Posted by Humans of New York on Saturday, April 4, 2015

Only a few short days later, the post was insanely viral. It's been shared over 18,000 times with over 42,000 comments. But the posts quickly turned hilarious and unexpected as others with star-powered names joined the conversation.

More: What Pharrell had to say about Michael Brown may rub people the wrong way

There was a Holly Wood, a Katie Holmes, a Mary Kate Olsen, a Shakira Lamb, a Julia Roberts, a Jennifer Lopez and tons more who weighed in on the conversation.

Beyoncé, Tina Turner and Chris Brown all unite on Facebook... and it's so not what you think

Facebook Image

Facebook Image

Beyoncé, Tina Turner and Chris Brown all unite on Facebook... and it's so not what you think

Facebook Image

Beyoncé, Tina Turner and Chris Brown all unite on Facebook... and it's so not what you think

Facebook Image

The Beyoncé with 62 million Facebook followers has yet to weigh in on this young girl's quotes, but we'd love it if the powerhouse singer responded. And it would, no doubt, make young Beyoncé's day.

More: Beyoncé posts video revealing what life is like for black Americans (VIDEO)

Of course, being named Beyoncé isn't all bad. After all, she says at the end of the post that on the second day of school "everyone knew my name."

Do you think sharing your name with a celebrity is a blessing or a curse?

Tagged in
Comments
Hot
New in Entertainment
Close

And you'll see personalized content just for you whenever you click the My Feed .

SheKnows is making some changes!