Superstar Beyoncé helped her good friend Michelle Obama celebrate her 50th birthday at the White House.
The First Lady's star-studded 50th birthday bash took place Saturday night, and the hosts imposed a strict “no social media” policy and banned all cell phones.
On Sunday, however, Beyoncé released a collection of photographs, including a cute one with the Obamas’ dog, Sunny.
Bey performed a few of her hits at the party, including “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” and “To the Left,” while another guest, Stevie Wonder, reportedly gave a more impromptu performance with songs like “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours” and “Do I Do.”
The “Today” show weatherman Al Roker was also in attendance and gave a recap on Monday. “I gotta tell you, it was literally a house party. It was a house party that happened to be in the White House.”
“There were all these stars which was kind of terrific, in fact, for a while there I thought, 'Who are all these kids?' -- and it turns out Sasha and Malia invited a lot of their friends, so there were a lot of young people.”
Along with Beyoncé and Roker, other celebrities came to the party, including actress Ashley Judd, Samuel L. Jackson and Jennifer Hudson, who posted a pic on Instagram.
Hudson captioned it, “We had such a good time with the 1st family in dc tonight! Now on to the next stop!”