We all know that Katie Holmes is a big fan of Beyonce, but it seems that the mother of the singer is equally impressed with the old Dawson's star Creek
Tina Knowles Lawson, 64 He shared a group snapshot of his daughter and the 39-year-old actress on Sunday night after the second set of Beyonce at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California. Holmes looked elegant as a festival, wearing a pale pink dress, a denim jacket and a cowboy hat tied around his waist.
"With the talented Katie Holmes and @beyonce," Lawson wrote, along with several heart emojis.
In February 2016, Holmes became a total fan of the 36-year-old "Formation" singer during an appearance at The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon where he became enthusiastic about the epic performance of the Super Bowl 50 part-time Beyonce.
"We were excited and then we joined as if we were part of that," Holmes exclaimed as he showed a little dance move. "And then we cheer."
Not surprisingly, the star struggled to achieve Beyoncé's performance in Coachella on Saturday, which she described as a "magical night" next to a clip of post-show fireworks.  Meanwhile, Beyonce's mother mingled with other famous faces at the concert, including Octavia Spencer and Tyler Perry.
"Last night in Coachella with the incredible @tylerperry and @octaviaspencer", she subtitled a selfie of her sandwich between the comedian and Oscar winner.
Lawson also shared another group photo with Spencer and her husband Richard Lawson, and jokingly said they had "adopted this beautiful lady in the family".
Another Instagram selfie featured the 64-year-old woman posing closely with actress Jennifer Hudson, whom she described as a "tall and beautiful supermodel." Hudson starred opposite Beyonce in the 2006 movie Dreamgirls .
Lawson initially doubted Queen Bey's vision for historical interpretation, which included several African-American cultural references, but quickly changed tone after Bey's first show in Coachella.
"I told Beyonce that I was afraid that the predominantly white audience in Coachella would be confused with all the black culture and the black university culture because it was something they might not get," he wrote in a long post on Instagram.
He continued, "He said that I had worked very hard to get to the point where I have a true voice and at this point in my life and my career I have the responsibility to do what is best for the world and not what is more popular. … correct me. "  For more information about Beyoncé in Coachella, watch the video below.