When Fashion to Figure model Tabria Majors teased her 1.3 million Instagram followers that Beylloween was coming, fans of the L.A. based model had no idea it would be a magnum opus to King Beyoncé.
The model shared on social, “I know y’all are over me lol but #BEYLLOWEEN is finally here! I wanted to do something different this year for Halloween and pay tribute to someone that I admire and respect so much—BEYONCE!”
Majors continued: “This project was incredibly stressful to make but so much fun! I am NOT a dancer by any means—my friends always clown me for it lolll But I wanted to apply Beyoncé’s infamous work ethic to this project and see how far I could push myself.”
In her nearly 11 minute short film tribute, Majors recreates nearly identical replicas of Beyoncé’s past videos including “Crazy In Love,” “Deja Vu,” “Single Ladies” up to last summer’s “Already” from Black Is King.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model credits getting a crash course in Bey’s iconic choreography from dancer and choreographer Kany Diabaté, who works with Beyoncé, Brandy, Ariana Grande, Yemi Alade and more. “I could not have done this without the help of @kany16 teaching a non dancer all of this choreography. She’s the real MVP!”
Director Matt Alves shared on his social that he and Majors have been working on this project for three months. She wrote of their partnership, “My friend who helped bring this vision to life from beginning to end. I couldn’t have done it without you.”
Several folks have already started crowning Majors, who’s also referred to as Thickyoncé, as the winner of Halloween 2020. And we couldn’t agree more.
Majors, who’s also an ambassador for Savage x Fenty, recently appeared in Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty Show Vol 2 for Amazon Video as well as in campaigns for Fashion Nova and Forever 21. She also hosts The Thick Podcast, which will be available exclusively on Spotify’s podcast platform next month.
To watch #Beylloween, click here.