The singer is touring the world, but took some time off stage to leap from the country’s highest jump and looked amazing while doing it.
Beyonce took super stardom to an all-time high.
The 32-year-old singer hit the high note while falling 629 feet at the Sky Jump in Auckland, New Zealand on Oct. 18.
"F-ing A!" she said in the elevator ride up to the top of the Sky Tower.
Beyonce exited the elevator doing a little dance without any fear. Walking onto the platform, the "Love on Top" singer even posed for a photo with her high-flying instructor.
"Freefall in New Zealand!" she captioned the Instagram photo.
It wasn't until the instructor said she'd being jumping 192 meters that Bey reacted saying, "Oh my God," and looked down.
It's the country's highest leap and Jay Z's wife conquered it with confidence and a few soprano screams.
"3, 2, 1," the instructor called out before giving Beyonce a little nudge to send her on her way. Smiling the whole way down, the musical diva screamed, laughed and seemed to be truly enjoying the ride.
"This is awesome!" she yelled mid-flight.