Do not forget King Richard—we want to talk about Queen Bey.

Beyoncé was sitting front and center for the 2022 Oscars following her breathtaking performance of Best Original Song nominee “Be Alive.” Even though she didn’t make it to the Oscars, she made sure she was there in the center of the room after her stunning performance of “Be Alive,” the Best Original Song nominee.

Why shouldn’t she shine so brightly? After all, the King Richard song marks Beyoncé’s very first Oscar nomination. She was recognized alongside Encanto“Dos Oruguitas,” and “Down to Joy” are the titles of a collection by. BelfastThe James Bond melody “No Time to Die” is available here Four Days of Goodness“Somehow You Do” 

Like the other nominees, Beyoncé had the opportunity to perform for Oscar viewers she did not disappoint. Appearing on a bright yellow stage in Compton—where Serena and Venus WilliamsWe were reared under the watchful eye of our dads. Richard Williams—the singer was joined by a group of dancers including her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. This is her first Oscars appearance. The 10-year old actress was a Grammy nominee for “Brown Skin Girl” and she has been a regular Grammy winner since then.