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Watch UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis kill her Beyoncé-inspired routine

UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis scores a 9.975 with her viral Beyoncé-inspired routine.

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Nia Dennis is exuding all of her #BlackGirlMagic and we have no choice but to stan.

The UCLA gymnast has went viral with her Beyoncé Homecoming-inspired routine. The college junior wowed the judges at the NCAA women’s collegiate gymnastics meet last weekend.

Her routine featured Beyoncé Homecoming versions of “Crazy In Love,” “Ego,” and Destiny’s Child’s “Lose My Breath.” Dennis mixed some of her stunts with Beyoncé’s signature dance moves. Dennis scored a 9.975 for the routine.

The viral clip has also caught the eye of some celebrities.

Alicia Keys shared the viral clip and tweeted, “ look at this unstoppable power and confidence!! Was just talking about how nothing gives you more power then being yourself! Shine @DennisNia, I’m inspired!! Going into the weekend like ‍♂️ ‍♂️ ‍♂️.”

Gabrielle Union is also taking notice to Dennis’ amazing gymnastic routine. She retweeted the viral video and said “REPRESENT!!!!!!! ❤❤❤ .”

Dennis took to Twitter to thank everyone for the tremendous amount of love they have shown her for the video.

“I am overwhelmed with happiness and joy, thank you everyone for such positive messages, it means the world to me to have your support. this is so surreal i can’t even believe it! much love always.. -xx nations ,” she tweeted.

Last January, another UCLA gymnast went viral with her perfect 10 routine.

Katelyn Ohashi took the internet by storm with her routine of passes and flips that were paired with music like Tina Turner’s “Proud Mary,” Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September,” and The Jackson 5’s “ABC.”

Ohashi told PEOPLE that she knew her routine would go viral, but she didn’t expect to get a perfect score. She was stoked that California Senator Kamala Harris reposted her video.

“I would have never guessed I have like senators reposting me,” she previously said, “It’s just crazy and honoring.”

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