Coachella 2018 may be over, but we still can’t stop thinking about Beyoncé’s iconic performance. Queen Bey’s set was a celebration of both her musical career and black culture, and she featured everyone from Jay-Z, to a marching band, to the former members of Destiny’s Child. So it’s only understandable that people keep trying to learn Beyoncé’s Coachella dance — and some have been stunningly successful. Most recently, we’ve been blown out of the water by one 9-year-old girl’s flawless replica of the legendary performance.

In an Instagram video posted on April 23rd, Jacqueline LeGrande — who, again, is only nine years old — tackled every single move in the dance to O.T. Genasis and Jereme Jay’s “Everybody Mad” with the mastery of a seasoned back-up dancer. LeGrande even completed her video by nailing Beyoncé’s look, from her yellow Beychella sweatshirt all the way down to her fringed, white boots.

With the help of her mom, who manages her Instagram page, she uploaded the recording of her dance alongside the original performance for comparison. In the caption on her video, she revealed that her wardrobe was a team effort, with two of her family members even helping her paint her boots for the performance.

Watch her crush Beyoncé’s Coachella dance below:

Seriously, LeGrande could be Mini Bey.

LeGrande’s reenactment of Beychella wasn’t the first time she’s mastered Beyoncé’s dance moves. When she was just seven, her mom shared a video of her dancing to “Sorry” with the same impressive level of skills.

We are so impressed with LeGrande’s dance abilities. She may be young, but we have a feeling we’ll be seeing a lot more of her in the future. Who knows? Maybe someday, she’ll even get to dance alongside Bey herself.