While everyone was in awe of that voice, those dance moves, and the incredible pyrotechnics and holograms, some fans have noticed what may have been a nipple slip mid-performance.
Look closely at the video above, and decide for yourself. It's definitely no Janet Jackson "Nipple-gate" ala Superbowl 2004, but like an optical illusion, the more you stare, the more it baffles you.
Another talking point was Beyonce reuniting with her Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. They seemed to be having a blast, but fans were quick to point out that Beyonce's microphone was significantly louder than the mics of her barely heard DC pals.
"Rowland and Williams' microphones seemed to be at a lower volume than their former groupmate's," Zap2it blogger Lauren Brown wrote.
R'n'B singer Keyshia Cole blasted Michelle's singing, tweeting, "I think I was frightened to blink for a sec. Then Michelle sung and woke my a-- up from my daze! She always f----- the groove up".
Test your hearing levels below:
Michelle, who carved out a career as a gospel singer post-Destiny's Child, even has a website devoted to her being the "forgotten" member of DC, aka "Poor Michelle" (best "Poor Michelle" moments here).
Just hours after the show-stopping performance, Beyonce announced her first world tour in three years: "The Mrs Carter World Tour" (Bey's husband Jay-Z's real name is Shawn Carter).
Bey will tour Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, and wait for it ... Australia! Aussie dates are yet to be announced, but the European leg of the tour kicks off on April 15, followed by the US on June 28. So we'll probably see Bey down here anytime from August onwards. Start working on your 'Crazy in Love' strut, people!
Overnight, Beyonce released an extravagant promo video for the tour. If you ever doubted who's the Queen of Pop today, take a look below and rethink it:
Even basketball champ Shaquille O'Neal is obsessed with Blue Ivy's amazing mum. Check out his hilarious lip-syncing to 'Halo' at the Superbowl: