Ellen DeGeneres is calling Becky with the good hair.
Not actually, but the talk show host hilariously spoofed her version of Beyonce's "Lemonade" on Friday's episode.
When asking her show DJ, tWitch, if he had seen Beyonce's recent visual album on HBO, DeGeneres said, "You know HBO took it off the air because you could only really see it once or twice. And Beyonce was very upset...Did you see me in it?" What followed is the hilarious clip in which the comedienne placed herself in the now famous scene for the ultimate revenge song, "Hold Up."
The video began with DeGeneres sitting in one of the cars watching Queen Bey in her car-smashing glory. Unsure of what Beyonce was about to do with the bat, DeGeneres called up her friend and exclaimed, "You will not believe this but Queen Bey has gone cray-cray!" She added, "I think she hates cars!" and "Well, somebody doesn't care about the drought," as the singer struck everything in her path, including a fire hydrant.
As Beyonce made her way down the block, DeGeneres watched in bemusement at the singer's baseball bat swinging rage. When Beyonce approached, DeGeneres hysterically told her friend on the phone, "Oh, no! Here she comes...Becky, I have to go. I'm gonna call you back. But I do love what you're doing with your hair. It looks good."
In case you somehow forgot, the release of "Lemonade" created a whirlwind of rumors about Beyonce and Jay Z's relationship, including a scandalous lyric in the track "Sorry" in which Beyonce sings, "He only want me when I'm not there / He better call Becky with the good hair."
Ellen didn't just stop there. As the singer began to destroy the car that DeGeneres was watching from, the talk show host yelled, "What is wrong with you? Look! Look! That's Becky with the good hair."
Cue comedian Wanda Sykes, looking unrecognizable in a long wig. "What? Girl, I'm Wanda with the good weave!" she responds.