But it was their turn to be impressed as they let their hair down at an after party.
In a video obtained by TMZ, the Single Ladies singer and 99 Problems rapper were spotted looking impressed as they watched breakdancers perform, after a recent concert in LA.
And Bey, 37, was seen rocking some moves of her own along with the two dancers.
While the mum-of-three looked as though she wanted to join the pair on the dance floor, her husband simply bopped his head to the whole thing.
Earlier in the evening, the couple – who share children Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir – were joined by Kourtney and Kim Kardashian, and Kris Jenner for their latest tour stop.
Kimmys appearance comes after Bey and Jay confirmed their feud with Kanye West is officially over, and everyone is best friends again.
And how do we know that?
Because Ye shared a photo of the couple cuddling up together on his Instagram page, with the Destinys Child singer rocking a pair of those Perspex Yeezy shoes.
Alongside the sweet snap, he simply wrote: Famleeeeeeee.
The whole feud became public knowledge when the Gold Digger rapper accused the 48-year-old of using their friendship for his own gain, during an infamous rant on stage at his Saint Pablo tour.
He later took aim at the couple for not attending his wedding to Kim Kardashian, in 2014, telling Charlamagne Tha God: I understand they was going through some things. But if its family, youre not gonna miss a wedding.
But Jay was keen to squash all the drama during a recent interview with David Letterman, in which he described Ye as his brother.
He told the host: Thats my brother. Were beyond friends. Like, literally, my little brother is Kanye. And like your little brother, things happen sometimes. Its still your sibling forever.
We dont come from the same mum and dad, but Ive watched Kanye from [when he] was without an album.
Does this mean we could potentially be getting a Watch The Throne sequel?
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