Beyoncé & Taylor Swift Break the Internet at Time Tour Movie Premiere

Please don't panic; stay calm. Beyoncé just made a surprise appearance at Taylor Swift's Eras Tour movie premiere.

The "Cruel Summer" singer hit the red carpet in a flowing Oscar de la Renta gown at the much-anticipated launch party for the concert film at The Grove in Los Angeles on October 11. Later that night, Swift "broke the internet," as one fan put it, by paying tribute to Queen Bey, who also attended the star-studded premiere.

Taylor pays tribute to Queen Bey

"I'm so happy, I'll never know what my life would have been like without @beyonce's influence," Swift wrote in an Instagram caption that included a clip of her and Beyonce at the event Short video of jokingly sharing popcorn.

Swift continued: "She taught me and every artist here the way to break the rules and challenge industry norms. Her generosity of spirit. Her resilience and versatility. She was a guiding light throughout my career and she is today The late appearance is like a true fairy tale."

Fans are very touched

Swift and Hive couldn't contain their excitement about the exchange, with one fan declaring that Beyoncé and Swift "maxed out their joint slay."

“This video stopped the world and broke the internet,” another fan commented on ," another fan wrote, while one also declared that any online "fan wars" between their two fans were over "once and for all."

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“Handpicked” guest list

Beyoncé wasn't the only big name to attend the premiere. Per Variety Adam Sandler, Julia Garner, Maren Morris, Flava Flav, Karamo Brown, Haley Kiyoko, Becca Tilley, Simu Liu, Molly Simm Si, Jennifer Meyer and Mariska Hargitay were also in attendance.

"Everyone in this theater has been hand-picked and invited to be a part of tonight because you have shown some kind of extra support for this tour," Swift told invitees. "I'm grateful for that. The love is beyond your imagination.”

To the delight of fans, Swift also announced that the Eras Tour movie, originally scheduled to be released on Friday, October 13, will now premiere a day earlier due to "unprecedented demand."