Have you ever actually met someone who didn't totally love Beyoncé's visual album, LEMONADE? Bey's April chart-topper runs the gamut of human emotion, touching on almost every genre in the process. The album's obvious instaclassic status aside, it's still nice to hear someone new proclaiming their LEMONADE fandom on national television. The latest LEMONADE love confirmation comes from Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, who discussed Beyoncé's opus during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday.
"I have seen parts of it, and I do like it," Clinton said during an audience Q&A, taking a question from someone named Taylor Swift. "It's great." Hell yeah, Hillary. Tell us more. "I really believe in making lemonade out of lemons," Clinton added when playing a Vice President-themed round of "Who'd You Rather?" with Ellen:
Clinton's Bey fandom runs deep, as the former Secretary of State revealed she would choose the "Formation" singer as her VP over some other (admittedly tempting) options. Bradley Cooper? Nah. Leonardo DiCaprio? Also nah. Drake, Chewbacca mom, Steve Harvey? Again, nah. It's all Bey for Hillary unless Michelle Obama enters the ring, then it's a virtual tie. "[Michelle would] be great," Clinton said. "Talk about somebody well prepared. I think it's a great idea."
Clinton previously hinted at her Beyoncé fandom back in December, telling a crowd of supporters in Iowa that she wanted to be the Bey of politics. "I want to be as good a president as Beyoncé is a performer," Clinton said.
Beyoncé in the White House? Very here for that.