Beyoncé showed she was human on Tuesday as she sneezed during her The Formation World Tour show in New York City.
The 34-year-old superstar was performing at Citi Field when the semi-autonomous bodily function occurred in front of an audience of about 45,000 people.
The Crazy In Love singer showed perfect sneezing form as she expelled into the crook of her left arm while wearing a black Gucci leotard with golden embroidery and thigh high boots.
In concert: Beyoncé is shown in a social media video about to sneeze on Tuesday while performing in New York City
Beyoncé was about to launch into an a cappella rendition of her 2011 hit song Love On Top and was speaking to the audience when the sneeze occurred.
The singer smiled and took a second to compose herself as the audience started shouting 'Bless you' to her.
Fans at the concert took to social media to document the sneeze and video of it later emerged.
'Didn't even know Beyoncé could sneeze yo!' tweeted one fan.
Perfect form: The superstar showed good form as she sneezed into the crook of her left elbow
Beyoncé perhaps predicted the moment as her 2013 hit song Partition included the lyrics: 'I sneezed on the beat and the beat got sicker'.
The Citi Field concert also included a tribute to Prince on what would have been the late singer's 58th birthday.
'It's Prince's birthday today. We love you,' she told the audience before performing his ballad The Beautiful Ones.
Feeling it: Beyoncé could feel the sneeze coming as she addressed her audience
In the act: The sneeze was caught by the singer's Gucci outfit
Got it out: The singer smiled after her sneeze
Show goes on: Beyonce received 'bless you' shouts from the audience and then started singing again
She later filled the stadium with Purple Rain but instead of singing let the audience sing along.
Beyoncé started her The Formation World Tour on April 27 in Miami and it concludes on October 2 in Nashville.
The singer earlier this week was honoured with the Fashion Icon Award at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City.